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Government of H.E. Nader Al Dahabi Cabinet List of 25 November 2007:

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a constitutional monarchy with representative government. The reigning monarch, His Majesty King Abdullah II, is the Head of State, the Chief Executive and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed forces. The king exercises his executive authority through the Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers, or Cabinet. The cabinet is responsible before the elected House of Deputies which, along with the House of Notables (Senate), constitutes the legislative branch of the government. The judicial branch is an independent branch of the government.


On November 25, 2007, Prime Minister Nader Al Dahabi announced the formation of a 27-member Cabinet, including 8 ministers who served in the former Cabinet.

Government of H.E. Nader Al Dahabi Cabinet List of 25 November 2007:

1- Nader Al Dahabi: Prime Minister and Minister of Defense

2- Eid Fayez: Minister of Interior

3- Kamal Nasser: Minister of Political Development and State Minister for Legal Affairs .

4- Nasser Judeh: State Minister for Media and Communication .

5- Abdul Raheem Al Okour: State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs .

6- Muzahem Al Muheisen: Minster of Agriculture .

7- Salah Al Deen Al Basheer: Minister of Foreign Affairs .

8- Raed Abu Al Saud: Minister of Water and Irrigation .

9- Suheir Al Ali: Minister of Planning and International Cooperation .

10- Khaled Al Irani: Minister of Environment .

11- Bassem Al Salem: Minister of Labor .

12- Abdul Fatah Salah: Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs .

13- Bassem Al Rusan: Minister of Information and Communication Technology .

14- Hamad Al Kasasbeh: Minister of Finance.

15- Salah Al Mawajdeh: Minister of Health .

16- Maha Al Khateeb: Minister of Tourism and Antiquities .

17- Halah Latouf: Minister of Social Development .

18- Shhadeh Abu Hudeib:Minister of Rural Affairs .

19- Maher Al Madadhah: Minister of Public Performance .

20- Taiseer Al Nueimi: Minister of Education .

21- Amer Al Hadeedi:Minister of Industry and Trade .

22- Omar Shudeifat: Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research .

23- Nancy Bakeer: Minister of Culture .

24- Ala'a Al Bataynweh: Minister of Transport .

25- Khaldoun Quteishat: Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources.

26- Sahel Al Majali: Minister of Public Works and Housing .

27- Thouqan Al Qudah: State Minister for Prime Ministry Affairs .

28- Aymen Odeh: Minister of Justice .