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Shafik Cabinet

The Shafik Cabinet was led by prime minister of Egypt Ahmed Shafik from 31 January 2011 to 3 March 2011.[1][2][3][4]

List of members

Office Incumbent Website Since
Prime Minister Dr. Ahmed Shafik www.cabinet.gov.eg 2011
Vice Prime Minister Dr. Yehia Abdel Aziz Abdel Fatah El-Gamal www.cabinet.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Dr. Ayman Farid Abu-Hadid www.agri.gov.eg 2011
Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs Zahi Abbas Abdel Wahab Hawas (none) 2011
Ministry of Religious Endowment (Awqaf) Abd Alla Al-Husseni Ahmed Helal www.awkaf.org 2011
Ministry of Civil Aviation Ibrahim Ahmed Mannaa www.civilaviation.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) Dr. Maged Ibrahim Othman www.mcit.gov.eg 2004
Ministry of Culture Eng. Ahmed Abdel Moniem Mahmoud El-Sawy www.ecm.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Education Dr. Ahmed Gamal El-Din Moussa www.emoe.org
Ministry of Electricity and Energy Dr. Hassan Ahmed Younes www.moee.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of State for the Environment Affairs Eng. Maged George Elias Ghattas www.eeaa.gov.eg 2004
Ministry of Finance Dr. Samir Radwan www.mof.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mr. Ahmed Aboul Gheit www.mfa.gov.eg 2004
Ministry of Health and Population Dr. Ashraf Mahmoud Ibrahim Hatem www.mohp.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Development Dr. Mohamed Fathy Abdel Aziz El-Baradei www.moh.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Interior Lt. General Mahmoud Wagdy Mohamed Mahmoud www.moiegypt.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Justice Counselor Mamdouh Mohyiddin Marie www.moj.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of State for Local Development Mohsen El-Nomani Mohamed Hafez www.mold.gov.eg 2006
Ministry of Manpower and Emigration Isamel Ibrahim Fahmy www.manpower.gov.eg 2005
Ministry of State for Military Production Dr. Sayed Abdou Mostafa Meshaal www.isccnet.iscc.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Petroleum and Metallurgical Wealth Eng. Mahmoud Latif Mahmoud Latif Amer www.petroleum.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation Mrs. Fayza Mohamed Aboulnaga www.mic.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Scientific Research, Science and Technology Dr. Amr Ezzat Salama www.egy-mhe.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Social Solidarity and Justice Dr. Gouda Abdel Khalek El-Sayed Mohamed www.mss.gov.eg 2005
Ministry of Tourism Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour www.egypt.travel 2011
Ministry of Trade and Industry Dr. Samir Youssef Ali El-Sayyad www.mti.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Transportation Eng. Atef Abdel Hamid Moustafa www.mot.gov.eg 2011
Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation Dr. Hussien Ehsan Al-Atfy www.mwri.gov.eg 2011
Governor - Central Bank of Egypt Dr. Farouk Abd El Baky El Okdah[5] www.cbe.org.eg 2011
Permanent Representative to the United Nations[6] Maged A. Abdelaziz 2011
Minister without portfolio; GID Chief Murad Muwafi 2011
Chairman of the Suez Canal Authority Ahmed Ali Fadel www.suezcanal.gov.eg 1996

References

  1. ^ Wednesday’s papers: New ministers appointed and Maghrabi’s detention extended, Al-Masry Al-Youm, February 23, 2011
  2. ^ Egypt swears in new ministers, Islamists dismiss, Reuters, February 22, 201
  3. ^ Egypt military shakes up cabinet, Press TV, February 2, 2011
  4. ^ Egyptian cabinet: The old, the new and the unknown, Bassem Abo al-Abass and Michael Gunn, Ahram Online, 24 February 2011
  5. ^ Board of Directors CBE
  6. ^ Egyptian Mission to the UN
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