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New Tunisian Government

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The Tunisian Assembly of People's Representatives (ARP) approved on Friday night ( August 30th 2016) the line-up of new National United Government headed by Youssef CHAHED, with 167 pros.

The Government of 40-year-old CHAHED, is composed of 26 Ministers and 14 Secretaries of State, including 8 female members and 14 young members.

Five members are less than 35 years old. CHAHED is  the youngest Prime Minister since the independence of Tunisia from France in 1956.



Mr: Youssef Chahed

President of the Government

Mr. Hédi Majdoub

Minister of Interior

Mr. Khémaies Jhinaoui

Minister of Foreign  Affairs

Mr. Ghazi Jéribi

Minister of Justice

Mr. Farhat Horchani

Minister of  National Defence

Mr. Anis Ghedira

Minister of Transport

Mrs. Lamia Zribi

Minister of  Finance

Mr.Fadhel Abdelkefi

Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation

Mr. Riadh Mouakher

Minister of local affairs and Environment

Mr. Samir Taieb

Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fishery

Mr. Zied Ladhari

Minister of Trade and Industry

Mr. Oubaid Briki

Minister of Public Services and Governance

Mohamed Salah Arfaoui

Minister of Equipment, Housing and territorial management

Mrs. Selma Elloumi Rekik

Minister of Tourism and Handicraft

Mrs. Héla Cheikhrouhou

Minister of Energy, Mining and Renewable Energies

Mr. Anouar Maarouf

Minister of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy

Mrs. Naziha Laabidi

Minister of Women, Family and Children

Mrs. Majdouline Cherni

Minister of Sport and Youth

Mr. Mohamed Zine El Abidine

Minister of Culture

Mrs.Samira Marai

Minister of Health

Mr. Mohamed Trabelsi

Minister of Social Affairs

Mr. Neji Jalloul

Minister of Education

Mr. Slim Khalbous

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research

Mr. Imed Hammami

Minister of Vocational Training and Employment

Mr. Abdeljelil Ben Salem

Minister of Religious Affairs

Mr. Iyed Dahmani

Minister to the Head of Government in charge of Relations with the parliament (ARP)


Mr. Mehdi Ben Gharbia.

Minister in charge of the relations with the Constitutional institutions , Civil Society and Human Rights

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