Second Al-Thani Cabinet

The Second Cabinet of Abdullah Al-Thani was approved on 22 September 2014 by Libya's democratically elected House of Representatives.[1] The Libyan Supreme Court ruled on 6 November 2014 that the cabinet was "unconstitutional".[2] Prime Minister al-Thani and his government offered their resignation on 13 September 2020 in response to the 2020 Libyan protests.[3] In the context of the Libyan Civil War, the Second Al-Thani cabinet was generally referred to as the Tobruk government.

Second Al-Thani Cabinet

Cabinet of Libya
Date formed29 September 2014
Date dissolved15 March 2021
People and organisations
Head of stateAguila Saleh Issa
Head of governmentAbdullah al-Thani
PredecessorMaiteeq Cabinet
SuccessorGovernment of National Unity (merged with Government of National Accord)
de facto Government of National Stability


Incumbent Office Website Since Until
Abdullah al-Thani Prime Minister of Libya
Al-Mahdi Hassan Muftah Allabad First Deputy Prime Minister and Head of Security Affairs
Abd al-Salam al-Badri Second Deputy Prime Minister and Head of Public Services (Electricity, Water etc)
Abd Al-Rahman Al-Taher Third Deputy Prime Minister and Head of Authorities (Agriculture etc)
Mustafa T. A. Abotaeta Fourth Deputy Prime Minister and Head of Authorities (Defense, Interior, etc)
Muhammed Al-Farooq Abd al-Salam Minister of Local Government
Khalifa F. K. Abuhisha Minister of Internal Cooperation
Hisham M. B. Belhaj Minister of Housing and Utilities
Al-Mabrouk Ghraira Omran Minister of Justice
Reda Al-Menshawi Minister of Health
Umar al-Sinki Minister of Interior Archived 2014-05-20 at the Wayback Machine
Fatthi Al-Majbri Minister of Education and Higher Education
Mohamed al-Dairi Minister of Foreign Affairs
Vacant Minister of Defense Archived 2015-08-11 at the Wayback Machine
Kamal Al-Hassi Minister of Finance & Planning
Massoud Ahmed Belqasem Sawa Minister of Social Affairs
Muneer Ali Assr Minister of Economy &[4] Industry Archived 2006-08-13 at the Wayback Machine

See also



  1. ^ "New Thinni government finally approved". Libya Herald. 22 September 2014. Retrieved 10 October 2014.
  2. ^ "Libyan court rules elected parliament illegal". Al Jazeera English. 6 November 2014. Retrieved 6 November 2014.
  3. ^ "Libya's eastern-based government resigns amid protests". Al Jazeera English. 2020-09-14. Archived from the original on 2020-09-14. Retrieved 2020-09-14.
  4. ^ "New Thinni government finally approved".