Second Ganzouri Cabinet

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The Second Ganzouri Cabinet was led by Egyptian prime minister Kamal Ganzouri from 7 December 2011 to 26 June 2012. 28 ministers were sworn into Ganzouri's cabinet.[1] The Cabinet headquarters in Cairo were the site of protests in mid-December 2011.[2]

List of Ministers[edit]

Ministry Minister Start of office Appointed by
Prime Minister Kamal el-Ganzuri 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Agriculture Saad Nasar 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Military Production Ali Ibrahim Sabry 21 July 2011 Army
Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Kamel Amr 18 July 2011 Army
Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Information Ahmed Anis 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Higher Education Hassan Mustafa Khaled 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Scientific Research Nadia Zakhary 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Justice Adel Abdel Hamid 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Culture Shaker Abdel Hamid 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Tourism Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour February 2011 Army
Minister of Housing and New Urban Communities Mohamed Fathi ElBaradei 31 January 2011 Hosni Mubarak
Minister of Health Foad ElNawawy 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Water and Irrigation Hisham Kandeel 21 July 2011 Army
Minister of Environment Mostafa Hussein Kamel 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Education Gamal El-Arabi 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Mahmoud Eissa 21 July 2011 Army
Minister of Finance Momtaz Said 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Electricity Hassan Younes 22 November 2001 Hosni Mubarak
Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Mohamed Abdullah Ghorab 21 March 2011 Army
Minister of International Cooperation Faiza Abu Naga 13 July 2004 Hosni Mubarak
Minister of Social Affairs and Insurance Nagwa Hassan Khalil 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Traffic, Communication and Civil Aviation Hassan Massoud 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Food Supply and International Commerce Gouda Abdel Khalek
Minister of Investment and Businesses Sector Ashraf El-Sharqawy 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Labor Force Fathi Fekri 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Antiquities Mohamed Ibrahim Ali Sayed 7 December 2011 Army
Minister of Religious Endowments Mohamed El-Quosy 7 December 2011 Army

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