Newly-appointed ministers took the constitutional oath before President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi at the presidential palace in New Alamein City, Presidential Spokesman Bassam Rady said.
Following the Swearing-in ceremony, Sisi held a meeting with the newly-appointed ministers, in the presence of Prime Minister (PM) Mostafa Madbouly.
During the meeting, the President called on the new ministers to show impartiality, objectivity, and dedication and to exert their utmost efforts to advance the interest of the country in the first place.
Moreover, Sisi urged them to recognize the great responsibility they assume, in light of the recent international changes that have been reflected internally in all world’s countries, including Egypt.
On Saturday, the Egyptian House of Representatives (HoR) decided to renew its confidence in the government headed by Dr. Mustafa Madbouly and approve a cabinet reshuffle that included 13 ministerial portfolios.
The new ministers are:
Dr. Reda Hegazy, Minister of Education and Technical Education
Dr. Khaled Atef Abdel Ghaffar Mohamed, Minister of Health and Population
Mohamed Ayman Ahmed Ashour, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research
Soha Samir, Minister of Immigration and Egyptians Abroad
Ahmed Issa Taha Issa Abu Hussein, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities
Ahmed Samir Saleh, Minister of Trade and Industry
Lieutenant-General Mohamed Abbas Helmy Hashem, Minister of Civil Aviation
Hassan Mohamed Hassan Shehata, Minister of Manpower
Nevin Youssef Muhammad Al-Kilani, Minister of Culture
Major General Hisham Abdel Ghani Abdel Aziz Amna, Minister of Local Development
Mahmoud Mustafa Kamal Esmat, Minister of Public Business Sector
Mohamed Salah El-Din, Minister of Military Production
This came during an extraordinary session of the House of Representatives, today, Saturday, headed by Egypt’s parliament speaker Hanafi Gebali, to discuss the cabinet reshuffle, which was called by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.