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UPDATED: 08:31, August 28, 2006
Egypt slightly reshuffles cabinet
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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak issued a presidential decree on Sunday, in which a new ministerial post was set up and two ministers were changed, the official MENA news agency reported.

According to MENA, the new ministerial post was called State Minister for Economic Development, which would be led by Othman Mohamed Othman, who was former Minister of Local Development and Planning.

As to the two changed ministers, Mohamed Abdel-Salam Mahgoub, governor of the Mediterranean port city Alexandria, replaced Othman as Minister of Local Development and Planning.

Mamdouh Mohieddin Marai, who was head of the Supreme Constitutional Court, was appointed as new Minister of Justice.

Former Justice Minister Mahmoud Abu el-Leil handed in his resignation to Mubarak 10 days ago and was accepted, said MENA.

MENA, however, neither gave the reason behind el-Leil's resignation nor the reason behind the reshuffling of the Egyptian cabinet.

Also in the decree, Mubarak appointed Adel Labib as new governor of Alexandria, Mohamed Shaarawi as governor of Beheira in the Nile River Delta, and Mohsen al-Noamani Hafez as governor of Sohag in south Egypt.

New ministers and governors were due to be sworn in before Mubarak on Monday, said MENA, adding that this was the first minor cabinet reshuffle in Prime Minister Ahmed Nazef's cabinet, which was sworn in on Dec. 31 of 2005.

The Egyptian cabinet under Prime Minister Ahmed Nazef consists of 31 ministers, several ministers without portfolio, chairmen of departments and ministers-delegate.

Below is a new list of Egypt's cabinet led by Prime Minister Ahmed Nazef:

Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation -- Amin Abbaza

Minister of Civil Aviation -- Ahmed Mohamed Shafiq Zaki

Minister of Communications and Information Technology -- Tarek Kamel

Minister of Culture -- Farouq Abdel-Aziz Hosni

Minister of Defence -- Mohamed Hussein Tantawi

Minister of Education -- Youssry al-Gamal

Minister of Electricity and Energy -- Hassan Younes

Minister of Finance and Insurance -- Youssef Boutros Ghali

Minister of Foreign Affairs -- Ahmed Abul Gheit

Minister of Trade and Industry -- Rashid Mohamed Rashid

Minister of Health and Population -- Hatem el-Gabali

Minister of Higher Education -- Hani Hillal

Minister of Housing -- Ahmad Alaaeddin Amin al-Maghraqbi

Minister of Information -- Ahmad Nabih el-Fekki

Minister of International Cooperation -- Fayza Mohamed Abu Naga (Female)

Minister of the Interior -- Habib Ibrahim el-Adli

Minister of Investment -- Mahmoud Mohieddin

Minister of Justice -- Mamdouh Mohieddin Marai

Minister of Legal and Parliamentary Affairs -- Moufed Mahmoud Shehab

Minister of Manpower and Employment -- Aisha Abudl Hadi

Minister of Petroleum -- Amin Sameh Samir Fahmi

Minister of Local Development and Planning -- Mohamed Abdel- Salam Mahgoub

Minister of Public Works and Water Resources -- Mahmoud Abdel Halim Abu Zeid

Minister of Social Security -- Ali Mesilhi

Minister of Transport -- Mohamed Mansour

Minister of Tourism -- Zuheir Garana

Minister of Waqfs (Religious Endowments) -- Mahmoud Hamdi Zaqzouq

Minister of State for Administrative Development -- Ahmad Mohammad Othman Darwish

Minister of State for the Environment -- Magid George Ilyas Ghattas

Minister of State for Military Production -- Sayyed Abdou Moustafa Meshal

Minister of State for Economic Development -- Othman Mohamed Othman

Source: Xinhua


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