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Cabinet of Lebanon

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Lebanon

The Cabinet of Lebanon is the chief executive body of the Republic of Lebanon.

July 2005 cabinet

The July 2005, Lebanese cabinet was formed by Fouad Siniora on 19 July 2005 who was appointed by then president Émile Lahoud. All the main political blocs were included in it except for the Free Patriotic Movement-led bloc headed by General Michel Aoun. On 24 November 2007, the government became an interim one following the end of the president's mandate.

July 2008 cabinet

The July 2008 Lebanese cabinet was formed by Fouad Siniora on 11 July 2008.

November 2009 cabinet

In November 2009, after five months of negotiations following the 2009 parliamentary elections, Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri formed a national unity government.[1]

June 2011 cabinet

On 13 June 2011, after five months of negotiations following the designation of Najib Mikati as prime minister, he formed a new government.[2]

Lebanese government of June 2011
Portfolio (Ministry)[ref 1] Minister Political affiliation Religious Sect
Presidential Share (3/30)
Interior and Municipalities Marwan Charbel      Free Patriotic Movement Maronite
Deputy Prime Minister Samir Mouqbel      Independent Greek Orthodox
Environment Nazim Khoury      Independent Maronite
Prime Minister Share (6/30)
Prime Minister Najib Mikati      Glory Movement Sunni
Finance Mohammad Safadi      Independent Sunni
Minister of State Ahmad Karami      Glory Movement Sunni
Information Walid Daouk      Independent Sunni
Education Hassan Diab      Independent Sunni
Economy and Trade Nicholas Nahhas      Glory Movement Greek Orthodox
Change and Reform bloc (11/30)
Labour Charbel Nahas      Free Patriotic Movement Greek Catholic
Telecommunications Nicolas Sehnaoui      Free Patriotic Movement Greek Catholic
Culture Gaby Layyoun      Free Patriotic Movement Greek Orthodox
Justice Shakib Qortbawi      Free Patriotic Movement Maronite
Energy and Water Gebran Bassil      Free Patriotic Movement Maronite
Tourism Fadi Abboud      Free Patriotic Movement Maronite
Defense Fayez Ghosn      Marada Movement Greek Orthodox
Minister of State Salim Bey Karam      Marada Movement Maronite
Industry Vrej Sabounjian      Tashnag Armenian Orthodox
Minister of State Panos Manjian      Tashnag Armenian Orthodox
Minister of State Marwan Kheireddin      Lebanese Democratic Party Druze
Loyalty to the Resistance bloc (2/30)
Agriculture Hussein Hajj Hassan      Hezbollah Shiite
Minister of State Mohammad Fneish      Hezbollah Shiite
Democratic Gathering bloc (3/30)
The displaced Alaaeddine Terro      Progressive Socialist Party Sunni
Public Works and Transport Ghazi Aridi      Progressive Socialist Party Druze
Social Affairs Wael Abou Faour      Progressive Socialist Party Druze
Others (5/30)
Health Ali Hassan Khalil      Amal Movement Shiite
Foreign Affairs Adnan Mansour      Amal Movement Shiite
Sports and Youth Faisal Karami      Arab Liberation Party Sunni
Minister of State Nicolas Fattoush Animal Sauvage et Gros Cochon de Zahle      Independent Animalism and Frustrated Hayawein
Minister of State Ali Qanso      Syrian Social Nationalist Party Shiite
  1. ^ http://www.dailystar.com.lb/2011/Jun-13/Lebanon-appoints-new-government.ashx#ixzz1PQNIjoW1

February 2014 cabinet

References

  1. ^ "Lebanon’s national-unity cabinet formed". NOW Lebanon. 9 November 2009. Retrieved 10 November 2009. 
  2. ^ "Lebanon gets Hezbollah-led cabinet after 5-month lag". Reuters. 13 June 2011. Retrieved 13 June 2011. 
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