Cabinet of Iraq


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The Cabinet of Iraq (officially called the Council of Ministers) is the executive branch of the government of Iraq.

The National Assembly of Iraq elects a President of State who along with two deputies form the Presidency Council. The Presidency Council appoints the Prime Minister who appoints the Council of Ministers, all of whom must be approved by the Assembly. At least one former government ministry, the Information Ministry, no longer exists.

Current Council of Ministers

The current cabinet was approved by the Assembly on 21 December 2010, following the general election in March 2010. The names of thirty five ministers were approved, with the other posts filled by temporary ministers pending agreement about the permanent ministers.

Portfolio Website Minister Coalition Party Dates
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [1]
Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani State of Law Coalition independent 2010-12-21 - [1]
Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq Iraqiyya Iraqi National Dialogue Front 2010-12-21 - [1]
Deputy Prime Minister Rowsch Nuri Shaways Kurdistan List Kurdistan Democratic Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Sovereign Ministries
Defense Minister (acting) Nouri al-Maliki State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Finance Minister www.mof.gov.iq Rafi al-Issawi Iraqiyya National Future Gathering 2010-12-21 - [1]
Foreign Minister www.mofa.gov.iq Hoshyar Zebari Kurdistan List Kurdistan Democratic Party 2010-12-21 - [1]
Interior Minister www.moi.gov.iq (acting) Nouri al-Maliki State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Oil Minister www.oil.gov.iq Abd al-Karim Luaybi State of Law Coalition independent [2]
Other Ministries
Agriculture Minister Izz al-Din al-Dawla Iraqiyya al-Hadba 2010-12-21 - [2]
Communications Minister www.iraqimoc.net
www.nmc.gov.iq
Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi Iraqiyya Iraqi National Accord 2010-12-21 - [2]
Construction & Housing Minister www.moch.gov.iq Muhammad al-Darraji National Iraqi Alliance Sadrist Movement 2010-12-21 - [3][4]
Culture Minister www.mocul.gov.iq Saadoun al-Dulaimi Unity Alliance of Iraq independent 2010-12-21 - [3]
Displacement and Migration Minister ww.momd.gov.iq Dindar Najman Kurdistan Islamic Union 2010-12-21 - [2]
Education Minister Mohammed Tamim Iraqiyya Iraqi National Dialogue Front 2010-12-21 - [2]
Electricity Minister www.moelc.gov.iq Ziyad Tareq al-Dharb Iraqiyya al-Hal 2010-12-21 - [3][5]
Environment Minister www.moen.gov.iq Sargon Lazon Sliwah National Rafidain List Assyrian Democratic Movement 2010-12-21 - [3]
Health Minister www.moh.gov.iq Dr. Majeed Iqmoh  ?  ?  ?
Higher Education & Scientific Research Minister www.mohesr.gov.iq Ali al-Adeeb State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [1]
Human Rights Minister www.humanrights.gov.iq Muhammad Shiya al-Sudani State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [1]
Industry & Minerals Minister www.industry.gov.iq Ahmad Nassar Dali al-Karbouli Iraqiyya Renewal List 2010-12-21 - [1]
Justice Minister www.moj.gov.iq Hasan al-Shammari National Iraqi Alliance Islamic Virtue Party 2010-12-21 - [1]
Labour & Social Affairs Minister www.molsa.gov.iq Nassar al-Rubayie National Iraqi Alliance Sadrist Movement 2010-12-21 - [2]
Municipalities and Public Works Minister www.mmpw.gov.iq (acting) Dindar Najman Kurdistan Islamic Union 2010-12-21 - [2]
Science & Technology Minister www.most.gov.iq Abd al-Karim al-Samarrai Iraqiyya Renewal List 2010-12-21 - [2]
Trade Minister www.mot.gov.iq (acting) Rowsch Nuri Shaways Kurdistan List Kurdistan Democratic Party 2010-12-32 - [2]
Transport Minister www.motrans.gov.iq Hadi Al-Amiri National Iraqi Alliance Badr Organization 2010-12-21 - [1]
Tourism & Antiquities Minister Liwaa Semeism National Iraqi Alliance Sadrist Movement 2010-12-21 - [2]
Water Resources Minister www.mowr.gov.iq Mohaned al-Saadi National Iraqi Alliance Sadrist Movement 2010-12-21 - [2]
Women's Affairs Minister (acting) Hoshyar Zebari Kurdistan List Kurdistan Democratic Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Works & Planning Minister (acting) Nassar al-Rubayie National Iraqi Alliance Sadrist Movement 2010-12-21 - [2]
Youth & Sport Minister www.moys.gov.iq Jasim Mohammed Jaafar State of Law Coalition Islamic Union of Iraqi Turkoman 2010-12-21 - [1]
Ministers of State
Minister of State and Government spokesman www.goi-s.com Ali al-Dabbagh State of Law Coalition Independent Iraqi Kafaat Gathering 2010-12-21 - [1][6]
Minister of State for Parliament Affairs Safa al-Safi State of Law Coalition independent 2010-12-21 - [1]
Minister of State Abd al-Mahdi al-Mutayri National Iraqi Alliance Sadrist Movement 2010-12-21 - [1]
Minister of State Bushra Husseing Saleh National Iraqi Alliance Islamic Virtue Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Minister of State Hassan Radia al-Sari National Iraqi Alliance Hezbollah Movement in Iraq

2010-12-21 - [1]

Minister of State Yassin Mohammed Ahmed Iraqi National Alliance ISCI 2010-12-21 - [2]
Minister of State for National Reconciliation Amer al-Khizaii  ???  ??? 2010-12-21 - [3]
Minister of State for National Dialogue (acting) Ali al-Adeeb State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Ali Abdullah al-Sajeri Unity Alliance of Iraq Iraqi Constitutional Party 2010-12-21 - [3]
Minister of State for Tribal Affairs Hussein Ali al-Shaalan Iraqiyya Iraqi National List 2010-12-21 - [3]
Minister of State Salah Mazahem al-Jibouri Iraqiyya Iraqi National Dialogue Front 2010-12-21 - [2]
Minister of State Nurhan  ???  ??? 2010-12-21 - [3]
Minister of State for National Security (acting) Nouri al-Maliki State of Law Coalition Islamic Dawa Party 2010-12-21 - [2]
Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Turhan Abdullah Iraqiyya Iraqi Turkmen Front 2010-12-21 - [2]
Minister of State for Non-Governmental Organizations  ??? Kurdistan List  ??? 2010-12-21 - [2]

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