Government of Hassan Rouhani (2017–present)

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Second Hassan Rouhani Cabinet
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12th cabinet of Islamic Republic of Iran
President of Iran
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Date formed3 August 2017
People and organisations
Head of stateAli Khamenei
Head of governmentHassan Rouhani
Head of government's history
Deputy head of governmentEshaq Jahangiri
No. of ministers18
Ministers removed
(Death/resignation/dismissal)
4
Total no. of ministers22
History
Election(s)Iranian presidential election, 2017
Legislature term(s)10th term
Incoming formationConfirmation of Hassan Rouhani's cabinet (2017)
PredecessorRouhani I

Hassan Rouhani is the seventh President of Iran which governs during his second term within the twelfth government of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Cabinet members[edit]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Presidential Administration
President Hassan Rouhani3 August 2017IncumbentMDP[1]
First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri[A]8 August 2017IncumbentECP[2]
Chief of Staff Mahmoud Vaezi20 August 2017IncumbentMDP[3]
Presidential Administration Head Mahmoud Vaezi20 August 2017IncumbentMDP[3]
Ministers
Agriculture Minister Mahmoud Hojjati[A]20 August 2017IncumbentIIPF[1]
Communications Minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[1]
Labour and Social Welfare Minister Ali Rabei[A]20 August 20178 August 2018ILP[1]
 Anoushirvan Mohseni*11 August 201827 October 2018Nonpartisan
 Mohammad Shariatmadari[A]27 October 2018IncumbentNonpartisan
Culture Minister Abbas Salehi20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[1]
Defence Minister Amir Hatami20 August 2017IncumbentMilitary[1]
Finance Minister Masoud Karbasian[A]20 August 201726 August 2018Nonpartisan[1]
 Rahmatollah Akrami*27 August 201827 October 2018Nonpartisan
 Farhad Dejpasand27 October 2018IncumbentNonpartisan
Education Minister Mohammad Bathaei20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[1]
Energy Minister Sattar Mahmoudi*20 August 201729 October 2017Nonpartisan[3]
 Reza Ardakanian29 October 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[4]
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[1]
Health Minister Hassan Ghazizadeh Hashemi20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[5]
Industries and Business Minister Mohammad Shariatmadari[A]20 August 201720 October 2018Nonpartisan[1]
 Reza Rahmani[B]20 October 2018IncumbentNonpartisan
Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi[C]20 August 2017IncumbentRFII[1]
Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli[C]20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[1]
Justice Minister Alireza Avayi[C]20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[1]
Petroleum Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh[A]20 August 2017IncumbentECP[1]
Science Minister Zia Hashemi*20 August 201729 October 2017Nonpartisan[3]
 Mansour Gholami29 October 2017IncumbentIAUI[4]
Roads and Housing Minister Abbas Ahmad Akhoundi[A]20 August 201720 October 2018Nonpartisan[1]
 Mohammad Eslami[B]20 October 2018IncumbentNonpartisan
Sports and Youth Minister Masoud Soltanifar[A]20 August 2017IncumbentMDP[1]
Vice Presidents
Atomic Energy Vice President Ali Akbar Salehi10 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[6]
Cultural Heritage Vice President Ali Asghar Mounesan13 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[7]
Environment Vice President Isa Kalantari[A]13 August 2017IncumbentECP[7]
Economic Vice President Mohammad Nahavandian[C]20 August 2017IncumbentICP[3]
Legal Vice President La'ya Joneydi9 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[8]
Martyrs Vice President Mohammad-Ali Shahidi16 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[5]
Parliamentary Vice President Hossein-Ali Amiri25 December 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[9]
Elites Vice President Sorena Sattari16 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[5]
Planning Vice President Mohammad Bagher Nobakht20 August 2017IncumbentMDP[3]
Women's Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar[A]9 August 2017IncumbentIIPF[8]
Administrative Vice President Jamshid Ansari[A]20 August 2017IncumbentNonpartisan[3]
Aides
Citizenship Rights Shahindokht Molaverdi[A]9 August 201724 November 2018IIPF[8]
Economic Affairs Masoud Nili[A]16 August 201715 November 2018Nonpartisan[5]
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Reformist
  2. ^ a b Acting from 20 October to 27 October 2018
  3. ^ a b c d Conservative
* Acting

Women appointees[edit]

Despite the pressure coming from his supporters and women's rights activists to appoint female ministers,[10][11] Rouhani did not name any woman as minister, however he appointed three women in his second administration, Masoumeh Ebtekar and Laya Joneydi as vice presidents and Shahindokht Molaverdi as his aide for citizenship rights.[8]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Hassan Rouhani's cabinet is complete. Here's the full list", Tehran Times, 8 August 2017, retrieved 8 August 2017
  2. ^ Bozorgmehr Sharafedin (8 August 2017), Angus MacSwan, ed., "Iran's Rouhani presents new ministers to parliament", Reuters, retrieved 8 August 2017
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Rouhani names close aides", Tehran Times, 20 August 2017, retrieved 21 August 2017
  4. ^ a b Hamid Shamlou, ed. (29 October 2017). "Iran parliament approves new energy, science ministers". IRNA. Translated by Hamdollah Emadi Heydari. 82712387. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d "Rouhani appoints new vice presidents, special aide", Tehran Times, 16 August 2017, retrieved 16 August 2017
  6. ^ "Salehi appointed head of Atomic Energy Organization", Financial Tribune, 10 August 2017, 198349, retrieved 15 August 2017
  7. ^ a b "Two Vice Presidents Announced", Financial Tribune, 14 August 2017, retrieved 15 August 2017
  8. ^ a b c d Golnar Motevalli and Ladane Nasseri (9 August 2017), "All-Male Iran Minister List Draws Ire After Rouhani Gender Vow", The Bloomberg, retrieved 10 August 2017
  9. ^ "President appoints Dr Hosseinali Amiri as "Vice-President for Parliamentary Affairs"", Iranian President's Official Website, 25 December 2017, 102192, retrieved 25 December 2017
  10. ^ Saeid Jafari (18 July 2017), "Activists push Rouhani to appoint women ministers", Al-Monitor, retrieved 10 August 2017
  11. ^ Saeed Kamali Dehghan (2 August 2017), "Iran's president under pressure to appoint female ministers", The Guardian, retrieved 10 August 2017
Cabinet of Iran
Preceded by
First Government of Rouhani
Second Government of Rouhani
2017–present
Incumbent