First Al-Thani Cabinet

The first cabinet of Abdullah al-Thani was in power from 11 March[1] until 29 August 2014, when it resigned so that the newly elected House of Representatives could create a new government.[2]

First Al-Thani Cabinet
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Cabinet of Libya
Date formed11 March 2014
Date dissolved29 August 2014
People and organisations
Head of stateNouri Abusahmain
Head of governmentAbdullah al-Thani
History
PredecessorZeidan Cabinet
SuccessorMaiteeq Cabinet
Incumbent Office Website Since Until
Abdullah al-Thani Prime Minister of Libya 11 March 2014 29 August 2014
Sadiq Abdulkarim Abdulrahman First Deputy Prime Minister 29 August 2014
Awad al-Baraasi Second Deputy Prime Minister 29 August 2014
Abdussalam Al Qadi Third Deputy Prime Minister 29 August 2014
Abdulsalam Mohammed Abusaad Minister of Religious Affairs awqaf.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Mohamed Imhamid Abdulaziz Minister for International Cooperation 29 August 2014
Ikram Abdulsalam Imam Minister of Tourism www.tourism.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Abubaker Al-Hadi Mohammed Minister of Local Government www.lgm.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Salah Marghani Minister of Justice www.aladel.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Osama Abdurauf Siala Minister of Communications and Information Technology www.cim.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Mohamed Fitouri Sualim Minister of Labor and Retraining www.labour.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Alhadi Suleiman Hinshir Minister of Water Resources 29 August 2014
Muaz Fathi Al-Kujah Minister of State GNC affairs 29 August 2014
Ramadan Ali Mansour Zarmuh Minister of State the Injured 29 August 2014
Nurideen Abdulhamid Dagman Minister of Health www.health.gov.ly 29 August 2014
unknown Minister of Interior www.moi.gov.ly Archived 2014-05-20 at the Wayback Machine 29 August 2014
Vacant Minister of Economy www.ect.gov.ly
Mohammed Hassan Abubaker Minister of Education www.edu.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Mohamed Abdelaziz Minister of Foreign Affairs www.foreign.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Vacant Minister of Defense www.defense.gov.ly
Haithem Saed Jalgham Minister of Planning www.planning.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Kamila Khamis Al-Mazini Minister of Social Affairs www.socialaffairs.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Omar Ali Shakmak (acting)[3][4] Minister of Oil 29 August 2014
Haithem Saed Jalgham Minister of Finance www.mof.gov.ly Archived 2006-02-05 at the Wayback Machine 29 August 2014
Ahmed Ali Al-Urfi Minister of Agriculture www.agriculture.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Suleiman Ali Al-Taif Al-Fituri Minister of Industry www.industry.gov.ly Archived 2006-08-13 at the Wayback Machine 29 August 2014
Abdulasalm Bashir Duabi Minister of Scientific Research and Higher Education www.highereducation.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Habib Mohammed Al-Amin Minister of Culture www.culture.ly 29 August 2014
Vacant Minister of Electricity www.merel.gov.ly
Ali Gadour[5] Minister of the Martyrs 29 August 2014
Vacant Minister of Housing www.mhu.gov.ly
Mohamed Al-Ayib Minister of Transportation www.ctt.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Mohammed bin Saud Minister of media www.media.gov.ly 29 August 2014
Vacant Minister of Sports and Youth www.youthandsports.gov.ly Archived 2014-05-22 at the Wayback Machine

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  1. ^ "Al-Thinni officially appointed PM, new government within a week". Libya Herald. 8 April 2014. Retrieved 14 April 2014.
  2. ^ "Libya government resigns to allow new cabinet". Al Jazeera English. 29 August 2014. Retrieved 28 August 2014.
  3. ^ "Libya facts and figures". OPEC. Archived from the original on 19 May 2014.
  4. ^ Simmons, Andrew (11 April 2014). "Libya's oil blockade: A crude solution?". Aljazeera. Archived from the original on 11 April 2014.
  5. ^ "Three new ministers named". Libya Herald. 30 December 2012. Retrieved 30 December 2012.