Egypt: Government members

Updated January 2013

President: Mohamed El Mursi

Prime Minister: Hesham Qandil

Minister of Agriculture and Land Cultivation: Salah Abdel-Mo'men

Minister of Antiquities: Mohamed Ibrahim

Minister of Communication and Information Technology: Atef Helmi

Minister of Civil Aviation: Wael El-Maadawi

Minister of Culture: Saber Arab

Minister of Defence: Hussein Tantawi

Minister of Drinking Water and Sewage: Abdel-Qawi Khalifa

Minister of Education: Ibrahim Ahmed Ghonim

Minister of Electricity and Energy: Ahmed Imam

Minister of Environmental Affairs: Khaled Fahmy Abdel-Aal

Minister of Finance: El-Morsi Hegazy

Minister of Foreign Affairs: Mohammed Kamel Amr

Minister of Health: Mohamed Hamed Mostafa

Minister Higher Education: Mostafa Mosaad

Minister of Housing: Tarek Wafiq

Minister of Information: Salah Abdel Maqsood

Minister of Interior: Gen Mohamed Ibrahim

Minister of Insurance and Social Affairs: Nagwa Khalil

Minister of Investment: Osama Saleh

Minister of Justice: Judge Ahmed Mekky

Minister of Local Development: Mohamed Ali Beshr

Minister of Manpower: Khaled El-Azhary

Minister of Military Production: Aly Sabry

Minister of State for Legal and Parliamentary Affairs: Omar Salem

Minister of Petroleum: Osama Kamal

Minister of Planning and International Cooperation: Ashraf El-Araby

Minister of Religious Endowments - Awqaf: Osama El-Abd

Minister of Scientific Research: Nadia Zakhary

Minister of Sports: El Amry Farouk

Minister of Supply and Interior Trade: Bassem Ouda

Minister of Tourism: Hisham Zaezou

Minister of Trade and Industry: Hatem Saleh

Minister of Transport: Hatem Abdel-Latif

Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation: Mohamed Bahaa El-Din Saad

Minister of Youth: Osama Yassin

References

AHRAM ONLINE 2012 "Meet Hisham Qandil's new Egypt cabinet", Thursday 2 Aug, [www] http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/0/49365/Egypt/0/Meet-Hisham-Qandils-new-Egypt-cabinet.aspx [opens new window] (accessed 17 Jan 2013).

AHRAM ONLINE 2013 "Egypt's cabinet reshuffle to see new interior, finance ministers", 5 Jan, [www] http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/61841.aspx [opens new window] (accessed 17 Jan 2013).