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The lineup of Libyan interim government

11-23-2011 09:14 BJT Special Report:Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi dies |

TRIPOLI, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- The lineup of a new Libyan interim government is due to be unveiled by Prime Minister Abdel Rahim el- Keeb at a press conference in Tripoli late Tuesday, Housam El Feituri, el-Keeb's media advisor, told Xinhua.

Libyan interim Prime Minister Abdel Rahim el-Keeb attends a press conference during which
he announced the lineup of the interim government in Tripoli, Libya, Nov. 22, 2011.
(Xinhua/Hamza Turkia)

Here is a preliminary list of cabinet ministers Xinhua obtained from an official of the ruling National Transitional Council, who requested anonymity.

Financial Minister: Ali El Tarhouni

Foreign Minister: Ibrahim Al-Dabashi

Interior Minister: Fawzy Abdel Aal

Health Minister: Eman Buqeiqei

Education Minister: Soliman El-Sahli

Communication Minister: Anwar El Fetori

Industry Minister: Mahmoud El Ghatesy

Defense Minister: Osama El-Gawaly

Justice Minister: El-Hadi Shlof.

Electricity Minister: Awad El Badaasi

Human Rights Minister: Abdel Rahman El-Swihly

Oil Minister: Abdel Rahman Beneza.

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