Cabinet of Jordan
The Cabinet of Jordan is led by the Prime Minister who is appointed by the King. The Prime Minister is then free to form his own cabinet which is responsible to the Chamber of Deputies on matters of general policy and can be forced to resign by a two-thirds vote of "no confidence" by that body or be dismissed by the King.
1. Tawfiq Kreishan as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Local Administration
3. Umayya Toukan as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Economic Affairs
4. Mohammad Daoudiyeh as Minister of Agriculture
7. Ali Ayed as Minister of State for Media Affairs
11. Ibrahim Jazi as Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs
12. Ahmad Ziadat as Minister of State for Legal Affairs
18. Basim Tweissi as Minister of Culture
22. Mahmoud Kharabsheh as Minister of State
23. Nawaf Wasfi Tell as Minister of State for Follow-up and Government Coordination
26. Marwan Khitan as Minister of Transport
27. Motasem Saidan as Minister of Water and Irrigation
28. Mohammad Salameh Al Nabulsi as Minister of Youth
29. Raba’ah Ajarmeh as Minister of State for Institutional Performance Development
30. Maen Qatamin as Minister of Labour and Minister of State for Investment Affairs
31. Ahmad Hanandeh as Minister of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship
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