7th ministerial reshuffle includes five ministries

[25-09-2023 01:24 PM]

Ammon News - The 7th ministerial reshuffle involves the departure of two ministers and the appointment of two new ministers from the House of Representatives. Furthermore, one minister will be reassigned from their current ministry to another, and in addition to the entry of two other ministers, resulting in a total of 29 government ministers, as reported by Ammon.

The reshuffle expected during the current week includes the departure of the Minister of Government Communications Faisal Al-Shboul and Minister of Water Muhammad Najjar.

Minister Najjar will step down, and a former minister will return to take their place. Additionally, a parliament member will assume the role of Minister of Government Communications after resigning from their parliamentary position.

The reshuffle also includes transferring the Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs, Wajih Azaizeh, to another ministry, and appointing a former minister to assume the role of Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs.

The reshuffling involves separating the Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry of Transport. Minister Maher Abu Al-Saman will continue to serve as the Minister of Public Works, while a new minister will be selected to take on the role of Minister of Transport.

It also separates the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply from the Ministry of Labor, so that Minister Youssef Shamali remains Minister of Industry and Trade, and a parliament member will be appointed as Minister of Labor after submitting his resignation.

During a cabinet session held on Monday and chaired by Prime Minister Bisher Khasawneh, the ministers officially submitted their resignations, in preparation for a new ministerial reshuffle.

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