Cabinet of Jordan
The Cabinet of Jordan is led by the Prime Minister who is appointed by the King. The Prime Minister is then free to form his own cabinet which is responsible to the Chamber of Deputies on matters of general policy and can be forced to resign by a two-thirds vote of "no confidence" by that body or be dismissed by the King.
On 12 October 2020, a royal decree by King Abdullah II approved of Bisher Al-Khasawneh's Cabinet and was sworn in.
Current Cabinet
The current Cabinet of Jordan (Council of Ministers), chaired by Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Bisher Al-Khasawneh, include the following members:
1. Tawfiq Kreishan as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Local Administration
2. Ayman Safadi as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates[1]
3. Umayya Toukan as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Economic Affairs
4. Mohammad Daoudiyeh as Minister of Agriculture
5. Omar Razzaz as Minister of Education[2]
6. Musa Maaytah as Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs[3]
7. Ali Ayed as Minister of State for Media Affairs
8. Nasser Shraideh as Minister of Planning and International Cooperation[4]
9. Yahya Kisbi as Minister of Public Works and Housing[5]
10. Nayef Al Fayez as Minister of Tourism and Antiquities[6]
11. Ibrahim Jazi as Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs
12. Ahmad Ziadat as Minister of State for Legal Affairs
13. Bassam Talhouni as Minister of Justice (He resigned in February 2021)[7]
14. Maha Ali as Minister of Industry, Trade, and Supply
15. Hala Zawati as Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources[8]
16. Mohamad Al Ississ as Minister of Finance
17. Mohammad Khalayleh as Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs[9]
18. Basim Tweissi as Minister of Culture
19. Nabil Masarweh as Minister of Environment
20. Ayman Mufleh as Minister of Social Development[10]
21. Mohammad Khair Abu Qudais as Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research
22. Mahmoud Kharabsheh as Minister of State
23. Nawaf Wasfi Tell as Minister of State for Follow-up and Government Coordination
24. Samir Mobeideen as Minister of Interior (He resigned in February 2021)[7]
25. Nathir Obeidat as Minister of Health (He resigned in March 2021 after the death of six people due to oxygen outage).[11]
26. Marwan Khitan as Minister of Transport
27. Motasem Saidan as Minister of Water and Irrigation
28. Mohammad Salameh Al Nabulsi as Minister of Youth
29. Raba’ah Ajarmeh as Minister of State for Institutional Performance Development
30. Maen Qatamin as Minister of Labour and Minister of State for Investment Affairs
31. Ahmad Hanandeh as Minister of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship
See also
  1. ^ "Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates". The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Minister Of Education | Ministry of Education". moe.gov.jo. Retrieved 2021-04-22.
  3. ^ "The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan". The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  4. ^ "Minister of Planning and International Cooperation". www.mop.gov.jo. Retrieved 2021-04-22.
  5. ^ "His Excellency Engineer Yahya Musa Kisbi /Minister of Public Works and Housing". Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  6. ^ "H.E.Mr Nayef Hamidi Mohammed Al-Fayez". Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  7. ^ a b "Two Jordanian ministers fired for partying in breach of their own rules". Reuters. 2021-02-28. Retrieved 2021-04-22.
  8. ^ "Ministers". Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  9. ^ "Ministry of Awqaf Islamic Affairs and Holy Places". Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  10. ^ "Ministry of Social Development". Retrieved 22 April 2021.
  11. ^ "Jordan health minister resigns after hospital deaths". Arab News. 2021-03-13. Retrieved 2021-03-13.
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