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PM discusses with Secretary General of DRC cooperation relations
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[16 January 2019]
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[16 January 2019]
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[15 January 2019]
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[10 January 2019]
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[16 January 2019]
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[15 January 2019]
Croatian Karlovic qualified for second round of Australian Open
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New Government members sworn on before Vice President

SANA'A, Dec. 10 (Saba) - The National Reconciliation Government was sworn on Saturday before Vice President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi.

The Government formed Wednesday in accordance with the republican decree No. 184 for 2011 is chaired by Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa.

The government's members nominated by the General People Congress (GPC) and its allies and the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP) and its partners, are:
Abu Bakr al-Qirbi, Minister of Foreign Affaires;
Yahya al-Shu'aibi, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research;
Hamoud Ubad, Minister of Endowment and Islamic Affaires;
Amat al-Razzaq Hummad, Minister of Social Affairs and Labor;
Omar al-Kurshumi, Minister of Public Works and Roads;
Awadh Saad al-Socatri, Minister of Fisheries Wealth;
Mohammed Nasir Ahmed, Minister of Defense;
Saleh Hasan Sumai, Minister of Electricity;
Hisham Sharaf, Minister of Oil and Minerals;
Nabil Shamsan, Minister of Civil Service and Insurance;
Muammar al-Eryani, Minister of Youth and Sports;
Abdul-Qader Qahtan, Interior Minister;
Mohammed al-Sa'adi, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation;
Ahmed Obaid Bin Daghr, Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology;
Ali Mohamed al-Yazidi, Minister of Local Administration;
Sakhr Ahmed al-Wajih, Minister of Finance;
Abdul-Hafez Nomu'an, Minister for Technical Education and Vocational Training;
Farid Ahmed Mujawar, Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation;
Abdul-Razzaq Yahya al-Ashwal, Minister of Education;
Ahmed Qassim al-Ansi, Minister of Public Health and Population;
Houriah Ahmed Mashhour, Minister of Human Rights;
Mohammed Ahmed al-Mikhlafi, Minister of Legal Affairs;
Abdo Razzaz Saleh Khaled, Minister of Water and Environment;
Abdullah Aubal Mandhouq, Minister of Culture;
Mujahid al-Quhali, Minister for Expatriate Affaires;
Wa'ed Abdullah Bathib, Minister of Transport;
Murshed Ali al-Arashani, Minister of Justice;
Rashad Ahmad al-Rassas, Minister of State for Parliament and Shura Council affairs;
Ahmed Ali al-Amrani, Minister of Information;
Jawharah Hamoud Thabet, Minister of State for Cabinet Affaires;
Shaif Ezi Saghir, Minister of State and Member of the Cabinet;
Hasan Ahmed Sharaf al-Din, Minister of State and Member of the Cabinet.


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