Chahed Cabinet

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Youssef Chahed Cabinet
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cabinet of Tunisia
Incumbent
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Date formed August 27, 2016 (2016-08-27)
People and organisations
Head of state Beji Caid Essebsi
Head of government Youssef Chahed
Total no. of ministers 26
Member parties Independent , Nidaa Tounes , Ennahda , El-Massar, Afek Tounes, Al Joumhouri, Democratic Alliance
Status in legislature Unity government
History
Election(s) 2014 Tunisian parliamentary election
Legislature term(s) Assembly of the Representatives (2014)
Predecessor Essid Cabinet (2015–16)
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The Chahed Cabinet is the 29th government of the Republic of Tunisia, which was declared on 20 August 2016.[1] The cabinet is inaugurated on 27 August 2016, by the approval of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People.

Office Name Party
Head of Government Youssef Chahed Nidaa Tounes
Minister of Defence Farhat Horchani Independent
Minister of Justice Ghazi Jeribi Independent
Minister of Interior Hedi Majdoub Independent
Minister of Foreign Affairs Khemaies Jhinaoui Nidaa Tounes
Minister of Economy and Finance Fadhel Abdelkefi (interim) Independent
Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts Selma Elloumi Rekik Nidaa Tounes
Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining Hela Cheikhrouhou Independent
Minister of Agriculture Samir Taïeb El-Massar
Minister of Trade Zied Ladhari Ennahda
Minister of Social Affairs Mohamed Trabelsi Independent
Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and ICT Slim Khalbous Independent
Minister of Education Slim Khalbous (interim)l Nidaa Tounes
Minister of Health Samira Merai Afek Tounes
Minister of Transport Anis Ghedira Nidaa Tounes
Minister of Equipment, Housing and Spatial Planning Mohamed Salah Arfaoui Independent
Minister of Employment and Vocational Training Imed Hammemi Ennahda
Minister of Religious Affairs Abdeljalil Ben Salem Independent
Minister of Women, Family and Children Neziha Labidi Independent
Minister of Culture Mohamed Zine El Abidine Independent
Minister of Youth and Sports Majdouline Cherni Independent
Minister of the Environment and Sustainable Development Riadh Mouakher Afek Tounes
Minister of Communication Technologies and the Digital Economy Anouar Maârouf Ennahda
Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation Fadhel Abdelkefi Independent

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