Egypt replaces trade minister and finance minister along others

The Madbouly Cabinet  has sworn in today, Amr Nassar  is appointed as the Minister of Trade and Industry succeeding Tarek Kabil.

while Mohamed Mea’t to head the Minister of Finance is succeeding Amr el-Garhy.  Younis el- Masry is appointed as minister of Civil Aviation.

Ashraf Sobhi, assistant youth and sports minister, succeed youth and sports Minister Khaled Abdel Aziz, who was handling the position for about six years.

Amr Talaat, the former Country General Manager at IBM Egypt, is appointed as the minister of Communications and Information Technology, suceesing Yasser el-kady.

Hala Zayed is appointed as Minister of Health, succeeding Emad el-Din

The list of 12 new ministers taking the oath in Madbouli’s cabinet:

Mohamed Zaki has been named defence minister, succeding Sedki Sobhi

Ashraf Sobhi to be appointed as Minister of Youth and Sports, succeeding Khaled Abdel Aziz

Amr Sameeh to be appointed as Minister of Telecommunications, succeeding Yasser el-kady

Younis el- Masry to be appointed as minister of Civil Aviation, succeeding Sherif Fathy

Mohamed Mea’t to be appointed as Minister of Finance, succeeding Amr el-Garhy

Amr Nassar to be appointed as Minister of Trade and Industry, succeeding Tariq Qabil

Hala Zayed to be appointed as Minister of Health, succeeding Emad el-Din

Mahmoud Tawfik, succeeding Magdi Abdel Ghaffar, has been appointed interior minister.

Mahmoud Sharwei  has been appointed the minister of local development

Hisham tawfeek was appointed the minister of business sector ministry

Yasmeen Foad was appointed the minister of environment

Ezz Eldin Abo Stet was named the minister of agriculture

A total of 20 ministers remained unchanged including: Mohamed Shaker, Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy; Mohamed al-Assar, Minister of Military Production; Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation; Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs; Ghada Wali, Minister of Social Solidarity; and Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education.

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