Niger: appointment of a new government by the junta

Of the 21 positions, 15 ministries are held by civilians, and 6 by military officers.

Complete list:

PRIME MINISTER (Appointed on 7 August 2023)
Ali Mahamane Lamine Zeine

PRINCIPAL PRIVATE SECRETARY OF THE CNSP PRESIDENT
Soumana Boubacar

MINISTER FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Bakary Yaou Sangaré

MINISTER OF PETROLEUM, MINES, AND ENERGY
Mahaman Moustapha Barké

MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Alio Daouda

MINISTER OF NATIONAL EDUCATION
Elizabeth Cherif

MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK
Mahaman Elhadj Ousmane

MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND INNOVATION
Mahamadou Saidou

MINISTER OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
Aissatou Abdoulaye Tondi

MINISTER OF HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS
Salissou Sahirou Amadou

MINISTER OF HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS
Aissa Lawan Wandarama

MINISTER OF TOURISM AND HANDICRAFT
Guichen Agaichata Atta

MINISTER OF COMMUNICATIONS AND DIGITAL ECONOMY
Sidi Mohamed Raliou

MINISTER OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Seydou Asman

MINISTER DELEGATE FOR ECONOMY, ATTACHED TO THE PRIME MINISTER
Moumouni Boubacar Saidou

MINISTER OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
Corps General Salifou Mody

MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR
Brigade General Mohamed Toumba

MINISTER OF YOUTH AFFAIRS AND SPORTS
Colonel Major Abdourahamane Amadou

MINISTER OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS
Colonel Major Garba Hakimi

MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND EQUIPMENT
Colonel Salissou Mahaman Salissou

MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT
Colonel Maizama Abdoulaye


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