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  • Below is the list of the 12 new ministers who were sworn in on Saturday as part of the 31-member cabinet:

    - Prime Minister: Ibrahim Mahlab (new)
    - Finance: Hany Qadri Yussef Damian (new)
    - Social Solidarity: Ghada Waly (new)
    - Higher Education and Scientific Research: Wael Mohammed El-Degwy (new)
    - Justice: Munir Abdelmoneim Othman (new)
    - Electricity and Renewable Energy: Mohammed Hamid Shaker (new)
    - Civil Aviation: Mohammed Hossam El-Din (new)
    - Housing: Mustafa Kamal Madbuli (new)
    - Supply: Khaled Mohammed Hanafi (new)
    - Labour and Immigration: Nahed Ali Ashri (new)
    - Health and Population: Adel El-Adawi (new)
    - Military Production: Ibrahim Yunis Ismail (new)

    Meanwhile, the names below retained their membership in the cabinet:

    - Deputy Prime Minister and Defence: Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
    - Interior Minister: Mohammed Ibrahim
    - Foreign Affairs: Nabil Fahmy
    - Culture: Mohammed Saber Ibrahim Arab
    - Transitional Justice: Mohamed Amin El-Mahdi
    - Investment, Industry and Trade: Mounir Fakhri Abdel Nour
    - Education: Mahmud Abul Nasr
    - Tourism: Mohammed Hisham Abbas Zazou
    - Agriculture: Ayman Farid Abu Hadid
    - Communications and IT: Atef Helmi
    - Petroleum: Sherif Ismail
    - Transport: Ahmed Demary
    - Water Resources and Irrigation: Mohammed Abdel Moteleb
    - Religous Endowments: Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa
    - Planning and International Cooperation: Ashraf al-Sayid Al-Arabi
    - Information: Dorreya Sharafeldin
    - Antiquities: Mohammed Ibrahim Ali Sayid
    - Environment: Laila Rashed Iskandar
    - Domestic Development: Adel Labib
    - Youth and Sport: Khaled Mahmud

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