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Cabinet of Yemen

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Vice President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Al-Hadi replaced former President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh on February 25, 2012 as the new President of Yemen. He selected new cabinet members of the Yemeni Government.

Yemen's Defense Minister Major General Mohammed Nasser Ahmed survived an apparent assassination attempt in the capital city of Sanaa, Yemen on 11 September, 2012, when a car bomb exploded near a building he was leaving.[1]

Current Cabinet

Office Incumbent Website Start End
Prime Minister Khaled Bahah 2014 Incumbent
Vice - Prime Minister for the Affairs of the Defense and Security 2011
Vice - Prime Minister for the Affairs of the Local Authority 2011
Vice - Prime Minister for Economic Affairs 2011
Minister of Interior Major General Abdo Hussein Eltareb 2014
Minister of Information Naser Taha Mustafa 2014
Minister of Foreign Affairs Jamal Abdullah al-Sallal 2014
Minister of State, Director of Office of Prime Minister 2011
Minister of Youth and Sport Muamar Al Eryani 2011
Minister of Legal Affairs Mohammed Al Mikhlafi 2011
Minister of Education and Teaching Abdulrazag Al Ashwal 2011
Minister of Civil Service and Insurance Nabeel Shamsan 2011
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and the Shura Council Rashad Ahmad Al Rassas 2011
Minister of Defense Mohammed Nasser Ahmed 2011
Minister of Health Ahmed Qasim Al Ansi 2011
Minister of Industry and Trade Saad Aldin Ben Taleb 2011
Minister for Fisheries Awadh Al Suqatri 2011
Minister of Justice Murshed Al-Arashani 2011
Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Yahya Al Shuaibi 2011
Minister of Social Affairs and Labour Amat Razaq Humad 2011
Minister of Tourism Qasim Sallam 2011
Minister of Public Works and Highways Omer Al Kurshumi 2011
Minister of Water and Environment Abdulhafidh Noman 2011
Minister of Petroleum and Minerals Hisham Sharaf 2011
Minister of Electricity and Energy Saleh Samea 2011
Minister for Wakf and Training 2011
Minister of Local Government Ali Al Yazidi 2011
Minister of Religious Endowments and Guidance Hamoud Muhammed Ou'bad 2011
Minister of Expatriate Affairs Mujahed Al Guhali 2011
Minister of Finance Sakhr Al Wajeeh 2011
Minister of Communications and Information Technology Ahmed bin Daghr 2011
Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation Fareed Mujawar 2011
Minister of Technical Education and Vocational Abdulsalam Razaz 2011
Minister of Culture Abdullah Awbl 2011
Minister of Transport Waed Batheeb 2011
Minister of Human Rights Hoorya Mashhoor 2011
Minister of State, Mayor of the capital Abdul Qader Hilal 2012
Minister of State and cabinet member Abdul Qader Hilal 2012

See also


  1. ^ "Yemeni defense minister survives apparent assassination attempt". CNN. Retrieved 11 September 2012. 

External links

  • Cabinet, Republic of Yemen (French)
  • Cabinet of Yemen (Arabic)
  • Yemen from the CIA list of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members
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