Biographies of ministers and deputy prime minister Haidar al-Abbadi
Tomorrow's Press / BAGHDAD:
Iraq's new government won headed by Haidar al-Abbadi confidence of the Iraqi parliament, under the security challenges posed by the presence of gangs, "Daash" terrorist in Mosul and other areas of the country.
And included government-Abadi, ministers from different nationalities and denominations in the country, while waiting to be assigned ministers of interior and defense during the week.
Deputy Prime Ministers are:
Bahaa al-Araji, Hussein Ali, Deputy Prime Minister for the "National Alliance", was born in 1967 in the area of Kazimiyah in Baghdad, and the work of deputies in the parliament, and holds a bachelor's degree in law.
Saleh al-Mutlaq, the deputy prime minister for "National Union of Forces", was born in 1947, in the district of Fallujah, in Anbar province, holds a degree from the University of Baghdad College of Agriculture, and completed his doctorate in 1974 in Environmental Engineering in outside Iraq.
Hoshyar Mahmud Mohammed Zebari, Deputy Prime Minister for Kurdish blocs, born in 1953, the Foreign Minister of Iraq, the former, earned a political science from the University of Jordan in Amman, in 1976 and completed a master's degree in sociology and Development in 1979 from the University of Essex in the United Kingdom. He became a member of the Central Committee and the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in 1979 and is the brother of Massoud Barzani's mother.
Ibrahim Alohikr Jaafari, Foreign Minister, was born in 1947 in the holy city of Karbala, engaged in the ranks of the Party, "the Islamic Dawa" In 1966, he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Mosul, left Iraq with his family in 1980 and settled in London until 2003 served as prime minister in 2005 as the first elected prime minister of Iraq.
Bayan Jabr, Minister of Transport, was born in 1946 in the province of Maysan, a member of the "Supreme Islamic Council", Master in Civil Engineering. In 2004 he served as Minister of Housing and ages, and in 2005 he served as Minister of the Interior.
Adel Abdul-Mahdi, and the oil minister, was born in 1942 in Alaptawin in Baghdad, he served as vice president in the country since 2005, one of the leaders of "the Islamic Supreme Council." Left to France, where he completed a fellowship and remained there to 1972, he returned to Iraq in 2003 and served as Minister of Finance, a representative of the Supreme Council, in the government of Iyad Allawi.
Qasim Muhammad Abdul Fahdawi Hammadi, Minister of Electricity (2014-2018), and former governor of Anbar province (2009-2013). He graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Baghdad in 1977.
Rose Nuri Shaways, Finance Minister, was born in 1947 in Sulaimaniya, a member of the "Kurdistan Democratic Party", and Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq, a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Germany, the Presidency of the Parliament of the Kurdistan region up to 2004 and a vice president and then deputy prime minister in 2005 and in 2010 became deputy prime minister again, the government of Nouri al-Maliki in the second.
Salman Jumaili, Minister of Planning, born in 1963 in Fallujah, a member of the House of Representatives, and president of the parliamentary bloc of the Iraqi, deputy chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives, a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Mesopotamia.
Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese
Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese, Minister of Labour, was born in Baghdad in 1970, holds a bachelor's degree in agricultural science from the University of Baghdad, and a master's degree in project management, and human rights minister, in the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the second for the period from 2010, he was appointed governor of Maysan province for the period from 2009 to 2010 .
Adela Hammoud, Minister of Health, the birth in 1967, a member of the House of Representatives, for two consecutive terms, a doctor, holds a doctorate in obstetrics and gynecology and infertility.
Abdul Redha Abdul Hussein Abtan, the Minister of Youth, birth, 1964, in Najaf, travel with his family to Iran in 1975, he entered the 2005 elections on the list of "Supreme Council", and won the post of deputy governor.
Haider Zamili, Minister of Justice, the most prominent leaders of the Virtue Party, was nominated for the post by the National Alliance
Ibrahim Hussein al-Shahristani, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, an Iraqi nuclear scientist, was born in 1942 in Karbala, holds a doctorate in chemical engineering. Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi interim government, was appointed oil minister in 2006.
Omar Mahmoud Mohammed Iqbal, a pharmacist, and the Minister of Education, was born in 1971 in Mosul, a Ph.D. in education, work and pedagogy at the University of Mosul. He was a deputy in Parliament from the connector.
Ahmed al-Jubouri, Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and the House of Representatives, was born in Salah al-Din, was a conservative.
Tariq Kikhany, Minister of Construction and Housing, was born in Karbala in 1970, a member of the provincial council in Karbala, Deputy for the Sadrists in parliament.
Falah Hassan Zeidan Lahibi, Minister of Agriculture, was born in Mosul, a member of the House of Representatives, a member of the security and defense committee member in the list of "Iraq" for the province of Nineveh.
Jeju Khalilou Joseph Knight, Minister of Science and Technology, was born in Nineveh in 1961, the Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Mosul. Served as deputy in the Parliament as a list of "Warka democracy."
Mohammed Mahdi al-Bayati
Mohammed Mahdi al-Bayati, and human rights minister, was born in Tuz Khurmatu, the most prominent leaders of Turkmenistan. The decision of the parliament in the parliamentary session from 2006 until 2010. Nominated for the position by the National Alliance.
Hassan Rashid, Minister of Communications. Representative for the province of Basra, and was nominated by the National Alliance.
Raundozi, Minister of Culture. Leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), and was nominated for the position by the Kurdistan Alliance.
Qutaiba al-Jubouri, the Minister of Environment. Deputy Representative for the province of Salah al-Din, and was nominated for the post by the coalition forces in Iraq.
Abdul Karim Younes
Abdul Karim Younes, Minister of Municipalities. Representative for the province of Basra, and was nominated by the National Alliance for the job.
Naseer al-Issawi, Minister of Industry. Nominated for the position by the National Alliance.