Cabinet of Bahrain


The Cabinet of Bahrain is the chief executive body of the Kingdom of Bahrain According to Article 32 b of the 2002 Constitution, "executive authority is vested in the King together with the Council of Ministers and Ministers" The Council of Ministers Cabinet is appointed directly by the King Article 33d

Bahrain has had only one Prime Minister since the country's independence in 1971, Khalifah ibn Sulman al-Khalifah, the uncle of the reigning King Hamad ibn Isa al-Khalifah As of 2010, roughly half of the cabinet ministers have been selected from the Al Khalifa family,1 including the Minister of Defence, Minister of Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Finance, and Minister of Justice and Islamic Affairs

In February 2011, four ministers were dropped, two added and some portfolios shifted:

The ministers dropped in the cabinet reshuffle included Minister of Health Dr Faisal Al Hamar, Minister of Housing Shaikh Ibrahim bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, Minister of Electricity and Water Fahmi Al Jowder and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Shaikh Ahmed bin Attiyatallah Al Khalifa The Ministry of Housing was given to current Labour Minister Dr Majeed Al Alwai, while the Ministry of Labour was given to Undersecretary of Labour Dr Jameel Humadan The Ministry of Health was given to current Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Dr Nazar Al Baharna Executive Chairman of Operation at the Bahrain Development Board Kamal Ahmed was given the post of Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs The Ministry of Oil and Gas joined the Electricity and Water Authority and was named the Ministry of Energy under Minister of Oil and Gas Dr Abdulhussain bin Ali Mirza

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In March 2013, Crown Prince Salman was appointed first deputy prime minister3

In December 2014, a cabinet reshuffle was made for the fourth legislative term This reshuffle saw the removal of Ministers of State, the removal of the Ministry of Culture, also 11 previous ministers were removed from their posts and 4 new ministers were added Some portfolio changes were made as well 45

In March and June 2016, minor reshuffling was made again The Ministry of Information Affairs and Shura Council and House of Representative Affairs was split into two separate Ministries, viz, the Ministry of Information Affairs and the Ministry of Parliament Affairs, and the Ministry of Energy was split into two separate Ministries, viz, the Ministry of Electricity and Water Affairs and the Ministry of Oil respectively 6 7

Contents

  • 1 Cabinet members
  • 2 Previous Cabinet
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Cabinet membersedit

Incumbent Office Website Since
Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Prime Minister 1971
Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa First Deputy Prime Minister March 2013
Muhammad ibn Mubarak Al Khalifa Deputy Prime Minister
Ali bin Khalifa Al Khalifa Deputy Prime Minister
Jawad Al Arrayedh Deputy Prime Minister
Khalid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa Deputy Prime Minister
Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al Mutawa Minister for Cabinet Affairs
Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa Minister of Interior wwwinteriorgovbh
Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa Minister of Foreign Affairs wwwmofagovbh
Zayed bin Rashid Al Zayani Minister of Industry and Commerce and Tourism wwwmoicgovbh
Basim bin Yacoub Al-Hamer Minister of Housing wwwhousinggovbh March 2011
Faeqa bint Saeed Al Saleh Minister of Health wwwhealthgovbh
Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Minister of Finance wwwmofgovbh 2005
Majid bin Ali Al-Nuaimi Minister of Education wwwmoegovbh
Jameel bin Mohammad Ali Humaidan Minister of Labour and Social Development wwwmolgovbh February 2011
Abdulhussain bin Ali Mirza Minister of Electricity and Water Affairs wwwmewgovbh 2016
Shaikh Mohamed bin Khalifa Al Khalifa Minister of Oil wwwnogagovbh 2016
Kamal Ahmed Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications 2014
Shaikh Khalid bin Ali Al Khalifa Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowment wwwmojgovbh
Yusuf bin Ahmed Al Jalahma Minister for Defence Affairs 2014
Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf Minister of Works, Municipalities and Urban Planning wwwworksgovbh 2014
Ali bin Mohammed Al-Rumaihi Minister of Information Affairs wwwmiagovbh 2016
Ghanim bin Fadhl Al-Buainain Minister of Parliament Affairs 2016

Previous Cabinetedit

Incumbent Office Website Since
Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Prime Minister 1971
Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa First Deputy Prime Minister March 2013
Muhammad ibn Mubarak Al Khalifah Deputy Prime Minister
Ali bin Khalifa Al Khalifa Deputy Prime Minister
Jawad Al Arrayedh Deputy Prime Minister
Khalid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa Deputy Prime Minister
Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al Mutawa Minister of State for Follow-up Affairs
Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa Minister of State for Defense Affairs
Abdulaziz bin Mohammed Al Fadhel Minister of Shura Council and Parliament Affairs
Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa Minister of Interior wwwinteriorgovbh
Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa Minister of Foreign Affairs wwwmofagovbh
Hassan bin Abdulla Fakhro Minister of Industry and Commerce wwwmoicgovbh
Fawaz bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Minister of State for Communications wwwiaabh
Basim bin Yacob Al Hamer Minister of Housing wwwhousinggovbh March 2011
Sadiq bin Abdulkarim Al Shahabi Minister of Health wwwhealthgovbh
Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa Minister of Finance wwwmofgovbh 2005
Majid bin Ali Al Nuaimi Minister of Education wwwmoegovbh
Jameel Humadan Minister of Labour wwwmolgovbh February 2011
Abdulhussain bin Ali Mirza Minister of Energy 2006
Fatima bint Mohammed Al Balooshi Minister of Social Development wwwsocialgovbh 2005
Kamal Ahmed Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs February 2011
Khalid bin Ali Al Khalifa Minister of Justice and Islamic Affairs wwwmojgovbh
Ghanim bin Fadhl Al Buainain Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
Salah bin Ali Mohammed Minister of State for Human Rights
Sameera bint Ibrahim Rajab Minister of State for Information
Mai bint Mohammed Al Khalifa Minister of Culture wwwmocgovbh
Fatima bint Mohammed Al Balooshi Minister of Health wwwmohgovbh February 2011
Juma bin Ahmed Al Kaabi Minister of Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning websrvmunicipalitygovbh
Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf Minister of Works wwwworksgovbh
Adel bin Khalifa Al Fadhel Minister of State for Interior Affairs

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Bahrain Shia demand cabinet change, Aljazeeranet, 5 March 2010
  2. ^ King Hamad drops four ministers, Khaleej Times, 27 February 2011
  3. ^ Kerr, Simeon 11 March 2013 "Bahrain crown prince given political role" Financial Times Dubai Retrieved 17 April 2013 
  4. ^ http://bnabh/portal/en/news/644429
  5. ^ http://wwwgulf-daily-newscom/NewsDetailsaspxstoryid=391453
  6. ^ http://wwwnogagovbh/indexphppage=6918
  7. ^ "Archived copy" Archived from the original on 2016-08-12 Retrieved 2016-06-17 

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  • Cabinet, Kingdom of Bahrain


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