Council of Ministers (Ethiopia)

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The Council of Ministers is the cabinet of the Government of Ethiopia. Under the Constitution of Ethiopia, the Council of Ministers is the country's executive body.

Current Cabinet[edit]

As of October 2018, the cabinet comprises:[1][2]

Office Incumbent
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen
Minister of Foreign Affairs Workneh Gebeyehu
Minister of Peace Muferiat Kamil
Minister of Defense Aisha Mohammed Mussa
Attorney General Birhanu Tsegaye
Minister of Health Amir Aman
Minister of Innovation and Technology Getahun Mekuria
Minister of Finance and Economic Development Ahmed Shide
Minister of Transport Dagmawit Moges
Minister of Education Tilaye Gete
Minister of Trade and Industry Fetlework Gebre-Egziabher
Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Omer Husen
Minister of Urban Development and Construction Jantirar Abay
Minister of Mines, Petroleum and Natural Resources Samuel Hurka
Minister of Water, Irrigation and Electricity Sileshi Bekele
Minister of Science and Higher Education Hirut Woldemariam
Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Ergoge Tesfaye
Minister of Women, Children and Youth Yalem Tsegaye
Minister of Culture and Tourism Hirut Kassaw
Minister of Ethiopian Revenues and Customs Authority Adanech Abeebe
Commissioner of National Planning Commission Fitsum Assefa

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Government Overview". Ethiopia.gov.et. Retrieved 2017-10-22.
  2. ^ "Ethiopian PM Announce New, Half Women Cabinet Ministers". TesfaNews. 2018-10-16. Retrieved 2018-10-25.