Cabinet of Kuwait

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The Cabinet of Kuwait is the chief executive body of the State of Kuwait. The current cabinet is the 36th in the history of Kuwait.[1] It was formed on 17 December 2019,[2] after the previous Cabinet resigned on 14 November 2019.[3] On 16 February 2020, a cabinet reshuffle took place and Kuwait's Amir received new cabinet members for oath ceremony.[4][5]

Incumbent Office Website Since
Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah Prime Minister www.pm.gov.kw 19 November 2019 – present
Ahmad Mansour Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense www.mod.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Anas Khalid Al-Saleh Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior www.moi.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Anas Khalid Al-Saleh Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs www.cmgs.gov.kw 6 January 2014 – present
Fahd Mohammed Mohsen Al-Afasi Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs cms.islam.gov.kw 25 December 2018 – present
Khaled Naser Al-Roudhan Minister of Commerce and Industry www.moci.gov.kw 10 December 2016 – present
Dr. Saud Al-Harbi Minister of Education www.moe.edu.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Dr. Khalid Ali Mohammad Al-Fadel Minister of Electricity and Water (Acting[6]) www.mew.gov.kw 2 March 2020 – present
Barrak Ali Barrak Al-Shitan Minister of Finance www.mof.gov.kw 16 February 2020 – present
Dr. Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah Minister of Foreign Affairs www.mofa.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Dr. Basel Hamoud Al-Hamad Al-Sabah Minister of Health www.moh.gov.kw 11 December 2017 – present
Dr. Saud Al-Harbi Minister of Higher Education www.mohe.edu.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Mohammad Nasir Abdullah Al-Jabri Minister of Information www.cmgs.gov.kw 11 December 2017 – present
Fahd Mohammed Mohsen Al-Afasi Minister of Justice www.moj.gov.kw 11 December 2017 – present
Dr. Khalid Ali Mohammad Al-Fadel Minister of Oil www.moo.gov.kw 25 December 2018 – present
Dr. Rana Al-Fares Minister of Public Works www.mpw.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Mariam Eqeal Al-Saied Hashem Al-Aqeal Minister of Social Affairs and Labor www.mosal.gov.kw 16 February 2020 – present
Mariam Eqeal Al-Saied Hashem Al-Aqeal Minister of State for Economic Affairs 25 December 2018 – present
Dr. Rana Al-Fares Minister of State for Housing Affairs www.housing.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Waleed Al-Jassem Minister of State for Municipal Affairs www.baladia.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Mubarak Al-Harees Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs www.mona.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Mubarak Al-Harees Minister of State for Services Affairs www.moc.gov.kw 17 December 2019 – present
Mohammad Nasir Abdullah Al-Jabri Minister of State for Youth Affairs www.youth.gov.kw 26 March 2018 – present

See also

References

  1. ^ "Profiles of new cabinet ministers in Kuwait". Kuwait News Agency. 17 December 2019. Retrieved 17 December 2019.
  2. ^ "Kuwait Amir signs decree of new government". Kuwait News Agency. 17 December 2019. Retrieved 17 December 2019.
  3. ^ "Kuwait PM tenders cabinet resignation for re-organizing government works". Kuwait News Agency. 14 November 2019. Retrieved 14 November 2019.
  4. ^ "Kuwait Amir receives new cabinet members for oath ceremony". Kuwait News Agency. 16 February 2020. Retrieved 16 February 2020.
  5. ^ "Amiri decree issued on cabinet reshuffle". Kuwait News Agency. 16 February 2020. Retrieved 16 February 2020.
  6. ^ "Bushehri's resignation accepted - Gov't spokesman". Kuwait News Agency. 2 March 2020. Retrieved 2 March 2020.