[size=30]Ministerial amendments of an economic nature with a Jordanian momentBy the news agency May 10, 2019 [/size]
Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz reshuffled his cabinet and the second in less than four months, including eight ministers sworn in to Jordan's King Abdullah II at Husseiniya Palace, west of Amman, according to a statement by the Jordanian prime minister. Issued by the Royal Court.
It is noteworthy that Hammad has already taken this case on three occasions, the latest of which was in 2016.
Observers believe that the return of the bet on this veteran man is linked to the size of the challenges ahead in the Kingdom in a relationship The announcement of the American peace plan known as the Century Deal, and also the growing fear of continuing popular strife as a result of the worsening economic crisis.
Analysts say another interesting change is the appointment of Mohammed al-Assas as minister of planning and international cooperation to succeed Mari Kawar.
Al-Assas is a Jordanian academic and economic planner with four degrees from Harvard University. He is a close associate of the Jordanian monarch and has previously served as the king's adviser for economic affairs and director of economic and social development at his office.
The amendment included the appointment of Nidal al-Batayneh as Labor Minister, replacing Samir Murad, and Sa'ad Jaber as Health Minister, replacing Ghazi al-Zubin.
Sami Dawood was named Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs and Yasra Ghosheh was Minister of State for the development of institutional performance. Minister of Communications and Information Technology Muthanna Gharaibeh was replaced as minister of digital communication and leadership, and the portfolio of Minister of Municipal Affairs Waleed Al Masri was changed to become Minister of Local Administration.
The ministers of the Jordanian government submitted their resignations to Al-Razaz in preparation for the ministerial reshuffle. The relatively broad amendment comes in the context of the new arrangements initiated by the Jordanian monarch a while ago through extensive changes at the Royal Court level, followed by the change of director of the General Intelligence Service.