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Member of Parliament, Zahra Al-Bajari, suggested on Monday (July 5, 2021) the continuation of managing the work of the ministries of health and electricity after the resignation of Hassan Al-Tamimi and Majid Hantoush, as acting, until the next parliamentary elections and the formation of the new government.
Al-Bajari told IQ News , "The Ministers of Health and Electricity submitted their resignations to the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and it was approved," noting that "the Prime Minister assigned an undersecretary for the Ministry of Health and Electricity to run the two ministries."
In early May, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi agreed to the resignation of Health Minister Hassan Al-Tamimi, after he withdrew the latter’s hand against the background of the Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital fire, and at the beginning of this month, the Minister of Electricity, Majed Hantoush, submitted his resignation.
And she indicated that "Al-Kazemi has not yet sent the names or the ( cv ) of the new candidates to fill the two ministries, and then we expect that the Ministry of Health and Electricity's work department will continue to act in the event that the parliamentary elections are held on their scheduled date in early October."
She added that "all ministries, including health and electricity, are subject to quotas, so ministers are chosen according to quotas."