Cabinet of Libya

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The Cabinet of Libya serves as the leadership for the executive branch of the government of Libya.


The cabinet of the Government of National Accord, formed as a result of the Libyan Political Agreement signed in December 2016 has 17 ministers and is led by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj. The Libyan Political Agreement has been unanimously endorsed by the United Nations Security Council which has recognized that the Government of National Accord is the sole legitimate government of Libya.[1] [2]

Incumbent Office Website Since Until
Fayez al-Sarraj Prime Minister of Libya
Ahmed Maiteeq[3] Deputy Prime Minister
Musa Al-Koni[4] Deputy Prime Minister
Fathi Al-Mijabri[5] Deputy Prime Minister
Fakhr Muftah Bufernah Minister of Finance
Juma Abdullah Drissi Minister of Justice
Omar Bashir Al-Taher Minister of Health
Al-Aref al-Khoga Minister of Interior
Mohamed Khalifa Al-Azzabi Minister of Education
Mohamed Taha Siala Minister of Foreign Affairs
Al-Mahdi Al-Barghathi Minister of Defense
Al-Hadi Al-Taher Al-Juhaimi Minister of Planning
Faida Mansour El-Shafi Minister of Social Affairs
Abdulmutaleb Ahmed Abu Farwa Minister of Economy & Industry
Ali Galma Mohamed Minister of Labour
Amsa Mustafa Usta Minister of State for Women’s Affairs and Development
Muhannad Said Younis Minister of State for Martyrs, Wounded and Missing
Iman Mohammed Ben Younes Minister of State for Institutional Reform
Abdeljawad Faraj Al-Obaidi Minister of State for National Reconciliation
Yousef Abubakr Jalalah Minister of State for Migrants and Displaced