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Cabinet of Algeria

The Cabinet of Algeria is the chief executive body of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria.

Current Cabinet

Incumbent Office Website Since
Abdelmalek Sellal Prime Minister Prime Minister's website 29 April 2014
Noureddine Zerhouni Deputy Prime Minister
Abdelaziz Belkhadem Minister of State, Personal Representative of the Head of State
Abdelmalek Guenaizia Minister Delegate to the Minister of National Defence
Dahou Ould Kablia Minister of Interior and Local Government
Mourad Medelci Minister of Foreign Affairs .dz.maewww
Tayeb Belaiz Minister of Justice and Keeper of the Seals .dz.mjusticewww 11 September 2013
Karim Djoudi Minister of Finance .dz.gov.mfwww
Youcef Yousfi Minister of Energy and Mines .org.mem-algeriawww 28 May 2010
Abdelmalek Sellal Minister of Water Resources .dz.mrewww
Abdelhamid Tenmar Minister of Forecasting and Statistics
Bouabdallah Ghlamallah Minister of Religious Affairs and Waqf .dz.marwwww
Mohamed Cherif Abbes Minister of Mojahedin .dz.m-moudjahidinewww
Cherif Rahmani Aménagerment Minister of Planning and Environment
Amar Tou Minister of Transport .dz.gov.ministere-transportswww
Boubekeur Benbouzid Minister of National Education .dz.gov.m-educationwww
Rachid Benaissa Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development .dz.minagriwww
Amar Ghoul Minister of Public Works .dz.gov.mtpwww
Said Barkat Minister of National Solidarity and Family .dz.gov.massnwww
Khalida Toumi Minister of Culture .dz.gov.m-culturewww
Mustapha Benbada Minister of Trade .dz.gov.mincommercewww
Rachid Harraoubia Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research .dz.mesrswww
Mahmoud Khedr Minister of Relations with Parliament .dz.gov.mcrpwww
El Hadi Khaldi Minister of Professional Education and Training .dz.gov.mfepwww
Noureddine Moussa Minister of Housing and Urban Development
Tayeb Louh Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security .dz.gov.mtesswww
Djamel Ould Abbes Minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform
Smail Mimoune Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts .dz.gov.mtawww
Hachemi Djiar Minister of Youth and Sports .dz.mjswww
Mohamed Benmeradi Minister of Industry, Small and medium enterprise and investment promotion
Moussa Benhamadi Minister of Post and Communication Technology and Information .dz.mpticwww
Abdellah Khenafou Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources .dz.gov.mpechewww
Nacer Mehal Communications Minister .dz.gov.ministerecommunicationwww
Abdelkader Messahel Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
with special responsibility for African and Maghreb Affairs
Saadia Nouara Jaafari Minister Delegate to the Minister of National Solidarity and Family,
for the Family and the Status of Women
Souad Bendjaballah Minister Delegate to the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research,
responsible for scientific research
Ali Boukrami Secretary of State to the Minister of Forecasting and Statistics,
in charge of statistics
Halim Benatallah Secretary of State to the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
in charge of the national community abroad
Ahmed Noui Secretary General of Government

External links

  • The Government official site of the Prime Minister of Algeria
  • Algeria from the CIA list of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments
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