Fayez al-Tarawneh's second cabinet

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The Cabinet of Jordan is the chief executive body of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.[1]

× Incumbent Office Website
1 Fayez Tarawneh Prime Minister and Minister of Defence http://www.pm.gov.jo
2 Fayez Saudi Minister of Education https://web.archive.org/web/20130115062340/http://www.moe.gov.jo/
3 Khalifah Suleiman Minister of Justice http://www.moj.gov.jo/
4 Abdul Salam Abbadi Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs http://www.awqaf.gov.jo/
5 Shabib Ammari Minister of Industry and Trade http://www.mit.gov.jo/
6 Nasser Judeh Minister of Foreign Affairs http://www.mfa.gov.jo
7 Wajih Oweis Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research http://www.mohe.gov.jo/
8 Atef Tel Minister of Information and Communications Technology http://www.moict.gov.jo/
9 Hashem Masaid Minister of Transport http://www.mot.gov.jo/
10 Kamel Said Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs and Legislation http://www.pm.gov.jo
11 Jaafar Hassan Minister of Planning and International Cooperation http://www.mop.gov.jo/
12 Wajih Azaizeh Minister of Social Development http://www.mosd.gov.jo/
13 Yehia Kasbi Minister of Public Works and Housing
14 Abdullatif Wreikat Minister of Health http://www.moh.gov.jo/
15 Suleiman Hafez Minister of Finance http://www.mof.gov.jo/
16 Ateb Odeibat Minister of Labour http://www.mol.gov.jo/
17 Salah Jarrar Minister of Culture http://www.culture.gov.jo/
18 Yasin Khayyat Minister of Environment http://www.moenv.gov.jo/
19 Khleif Khawaldeh Minister of Public Sector Development https://web.archive.org/web/20130106181350/http://www.mopsd.gov.jo/
20 Nayef Fayez Minister of Tourism and Antiquities http://www.tourism.jo/
21 Mohammad Najjar Minister of Water and Irrigation http://www.mwi.gov.jo/
22 Ghaleb Zubi Minister of Interior
23 Samih Maayatah Minister of Information
24 Ahmad Khattab Minister of Agriculture
25 Nufan Agarmeh Minister of Political Development and Parliamentary Affairs
26 Maher Abu Samn Minister of Municipal Affairs
27 Alaa Batayneh Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources http://www.memr.gov.jo/
28 Sharari Shakhanbeh Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs
29 Nadia Hashem Minister of State for Women's Affairs
30 Yusef Jazi Minister of State

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jordan's king swears in new conservative-dominated cabinet". Al Arabiya. 2 May 2012. Retrieved 9 September 2012.

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Preceded by
Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh's cabinet
Cabinet of Jordan
2 May 2012 - 11 October 2012
Succeeded by
Abdullah Ensour's cabinet