Ministry of Human Rights (Iraq)
|وزارة حقوق الانسان|
|Headquarters||Al Mansour, Baghdad
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The Ministry of Human Rights was a cabinet-level ministry within the government of Iraq between 2003 and 2015. The Ministry was created by the Coalition Provisional Authority when the Iraqi Governning Council was formed after the invasion of Iraq.
List of Ministers
- Dr. Abdulbaseet Al-Hadithi (September 2003 - April 2004)
- Bakhtiar Amin (June 2004 - May 2005)
- Narmin Othman (May 2005 - 20 May, 2006)
- Wijedan Salem (20 May, 2006 - 21 December, 2010)
- Mohammed Shia' Al Sudani (21 December, 2010 - 18 October 2014)
- Mohammed Mahdi Ameen al-Bayati (18 October 2014 - 16 August 2015)
The ministry was removed from the Cabinet in August 2015 by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi when he decreased the number of cabinet ministers in response to public demonstrations against corruption and government inefficiency.
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- The Minister Office
- The Deputy Minister of Administration Affairs Office
- The Deputy Minister of Research Affairs Office
- The General Inspector Office
- The National Center of Human Rights
- Humanity Affairs Department
- performance monitoring and protection of rights Department
- Media Center
- Relations and International Cooperation Department
- Administration and Financial affairs Department
- Legal Department
- Governorates Affairs Department
- Council of Ministers of Iraq
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- "Iraqi PM Scraps 11 Cabinet Posts In Reform Drive". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty. 2015-08-16. Retrieved 2015-08-16.
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