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Lebanese PM finishes new gov''t line-up
13/06/2011   |   05:00 PM | Arab News
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BEIRUT, June 13 (KUNA) -- Formation of the new Lebanese government, led by Prime Minister Naguib Mikati, has been completed, said Monday Suhail Bouji, Secretary General of the Lebanese Cabinet.
Bouji, who read out the Cabinet's formation decree, said that it is made up of Al-Mikati as Lebanese Prime Minister, Samir Moqbil as Deputy Prime Minister, and National Defense Minister Fayez Ghusn, State Minister Talal Arslan, and State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Nikola Fattoush.
Further, Ghazi Al-Areidi became Minister of Transport, Ali Kansouh became the Minister of State, Ali Hassan Khalil as the Minister of Public Health, and Mohammad Al-Safadi as the Minister of Finance.
Mohammad Fanish became State Minister for Administrative Development, Wael Abu Faour as Minister of Social Affairs, Gobran Basil as Minister of Energy and Water, Hussein Al-Hagg Hassan as Minister of Agriculture, and Charbel Nahas as Minister of Labor.
Fady Aboud became the Minister of Tourism, while Salim Karam as Minister of State, Nadem Al-Khouri as Minister of Environment, and Chikeeb Qartabawi as Minister of Justice, Adnan Mansour as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Nikola Nahas as Minister of Economy and Trade, Marwan Charbel as Minister of Interior and Municipalities, and Walid Al-Da'ouq as Minister of Information.
Elias Taboungyan as Minister of Industry, Banous Managin as Minister of State, Hassan Diab as Minister of Education and Higher Education, Gabi Lyon as Minister of Culture, Nikola Sahnawi as Minister of Communications, and Faisal Karami as Minister of Youth and Sport. (end) ah.aff KUNA 131700 Jun 11NNNN
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