Kuwait: Decree to form a new government that includes 12 ministers

Kuwaiti Prime Minister Ahmed Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

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The Amiri Diwan in Kuwait announced the issuance of a decree to form the new government that includes 12 ministers headed by Sheikh Ahmad Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.

And the Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) published yesterday an Emiri order addressing the Prime Minister with "His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Prime Minister."

The Kuwait News Agency said that the formation, which was issued by a decree signed by the Crown Prince of Kuwait, Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, includes the reappointment of Muhammad Al-Faris as Minister of Oil and Abdul Wahab Al-Rasheed as Minister of Finance.

Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled Al-Sabah was also reappointed as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense and Acting Minister of Interior, and Sheikh Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah was reappointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs, while former Minister of Information Abdul Rahman Al-Mutairi returned to the Ministry of Information instead of Hamad Rouh Al-Din.

The new government included one woman, Rana Al-Faris, who was reappointed as Minister of State for Municipal Affairs and Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology.

The government also included two ministers from parliament who were also in the previous government, namely Issa Al-Kandari, Minister of State for Housing Affairs and Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs, and Ali Al-Mousa, Minister of Public Works, Electricity, Water and Energy.

Ali Fahd Al-Mudhaf was appointed Minister of Education and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Counselor Jamal Hadil Salem Al-Jalawi as Minister of Justice and Minister of State for Integrity Affairs and Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affairs, Khaled Mahwus Suleiman Al-Saeed as Minister of Health, and Fahad Mutlaq Nassar Al-Shariaan as Minister of Trade and Industry and Minister of Social Affairs and Community Development.

And two ministers from the parliament who were in the previous government left the new government, namely Mubarak Al-Aro, who was Minister of Social Affairs and Community Development, Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, and Muhammad Obaid Al-Rajhi, who was Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs and Minister of State for Youth Affairs.

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