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The Cabinet of Afghanistan is made of the heads of all the government ministries. The president selects the members of cabinet with the approval of the National Assembly. Candidates for a ministerial position must be an Afghan citizen, be at least 35 years of age and have higher education. Ministers, unlike the president and vice presidents, can have citizenship of another country, but the Wolesi Jirga has in the past rejected ministers for the reason of having dual citizenship.

Ghani 1st Term Cabinet of Ministers

National Unity Government

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Agriculture Minister
Mohammad Asif Rahimi
2010–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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rowspan=2 Mines Minister
Waheedullah Sharani
2010–2013
Approved by the National Assembly, Resigned in 2013 to become running mate to Qayum Karzai.
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Mohammad Akbar Barakzai
2013–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
Amirzai Sangin
2010–2014
Rejected by the National Assembly in 2010, served as Acting Minister, Approved in 2012
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rowspan=2 Rural Rehabilitation and Development Minister
Jarullah Mansouri
2010–2012
Approved by the National Assembly
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Wais Ahmad Barmak
2012–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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Work, Social Affairs, Martyred and Disabled Minister
Amina Afzali
2010–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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rowspan=4 Border Affairs and Tribal Affairs Minister
Arsala Jamal
2010-2010
Rejected by the National Assembly, served as acting minister
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Assadullah Khalid
2010–2012
Approved by the National Assembly
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Azizullah Din Mohammad
2012–2013
Rejected by the National Assembly, served as acting minister
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Akram Khpalwak
2013–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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rowspan=2 Urban Development Minister
Sultan Hussain
2010–2012
Rejected by the National Assembly, served as acting minister
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Hasan Abdullahai
2012–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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rowspan=2 Counter Narcotics Minister
Zarar Ahmad Moqbel Osmani
2010–2013
Approved by the National Assembly, resigned in 2013 to become Foreign Affairs Minister
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Mobarez Rashidi
2014-2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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rowspan=2 Refugees and Repatriation Minister
Abdul Rahim
2010-2010
Rejected by the National Assembly, served as acting minister
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Jamahir Anwari
2010–2014
Approved by the National Assembly
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Chief of the National Directorate of Security
Amrullah Saleh
Ibrahim Spinzada
Asadullah Khalid
Rahmatullah Nabil
Resigned in 2010
Acting head since 2010
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National Security Advisor
Rangeen Dadfar Spanta

Karzai administration 2004–2009


In the line chart below is the list of members of the Afghan Cabinet from 2004 to 2009. Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments CIA World Leaders, 30 March 2009
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Justice Minister
Sarwar Danish
2004–2009
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Youth Minister
Information and Culture Minister
Culture and Youth Affairs Minister
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Amina Afzali
Sayed Makhdum Rahin
Sayed Makhdum Rahin
Abdul Karim Khoram
2004–2006
2004–2006
2006-2006
2006–2009
Position merged with Minister of Culture in 2006
Position merged with Minister of Youth in 2006
Combination of the posts of minister of Youth Affairs and minister of Information and Culture
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Education minister
Noor Mohammad Qarqeen
Mohamad Hanif Atmar
Ghulam Farooq Wardak
2004–2006
2006–2008
2008–2009
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Higher Education Minister
Ameer Shah Hasanyaar
Mohammad Azam Dadfar
2004–2006
2006–2009
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Commerce Minister
Commerce and Industries Minister
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Hedayat Amin Arsala
Mohammad Amin Farhang
Mohammad Haidar Reza
Wahidullah Shahrani
2004–2006
2006–?
?-2008
2008–2009
Industries in 2006 transferred from portofolio of Mines to portofolio of Commerce
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Water and Energy Minister
Ismail Khan
2004–2009
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Transportation and Aviation Minister
Enayatullah Qasemi
Nimatullah Ehsan Jawed
Hamidullah Qaderi
Omar Zakhilwal
Hamidullah Farooqi
2004–2006
2006–2008
2008?–2008
2008–2009
2009-2009
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Women's Affairs Minister
Massouda Jalal
Husn Bano Ghazanfar
2004–2006
2006–2009
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Haj and Islamic Affairs Minister
Nematullah Shahrani
2004–2009
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Public Welfare Minister
Sohrab Ali Saffari
2004–2009
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Public Health Minister
Mohammad Amin Fatemi
2004–2009
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Agriculture Minister
Obaidullah Ramin
Mohammad Asif Rahimi
2004–2008
2008–2009
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Mines and Industries Minister
Mines Minister
Mir Mohammad Sediq
Ibrahim Adel
2004–2006
2006–2009
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Communications Minister
Amirzai Sangin
2004–2009
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Rural Rehabilitation and Development Minister
Mohamad Hanif Atmar
Ehsan Zia
2004–2006
2006–2009
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Work and Social Affairs Minister
Martyrs and Disabled Minister
Work, Social Affairs, Martyred and Disabled Minister
Sayed Ikramuddin Masoomi
Sediqa Balkhi
Noor Mohammad Qarqeen
2004–2006
2004–2006
2006–2009
The Ministry of Disabled and Martyrs was merged with the Ministry of Social Affairs in 2006
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Border Affairs and Tribal Affairs Minister
Azam Dadfar
Abdul Karim Brahui
2004–2008
2008–2009
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Urban Development Minister
Yousef Pashtun
2004–2009
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Counter Narcotics Minister
Habibullah Qaderi
General Khodaydad
2004–2008
2008–2009
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Refugees and Repatriation Minister
Azam Dadfar
Sher Mohammad Etebari
Abdul Karim Barahawi
2004–?
?-2009
2009-2009
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Attorney General
Mohammad Ishaq Aloko
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Afghan National Security Adviser
Zalmai Rassoul

Afghan Transitional Administration


The Bonn conference of December 2001 had installed an interim government, the 2002 Loya Jirga subsequently elected a transitional administration. From July 2002 until the presidential elections in October 2004, the Transitional Administration governed Afghanistan.
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! Transitional
Authority
Position
Name Incumbent/New
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President Hamid Karzai Incumbent (before chairman)
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Vice-President and
Defense Minister Mohammed Fahim Incumbent
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Vice-President Karim Khalili New
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Vice-President Hedayat Amin Arsala New (was Finance Minister)
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Vice-President and
Public Works Minister Abdul Qadir
Abdul Ali New (was Urban Affairs Minister) (killed on 6 July 2002)
New (Ali only took over the Public Works portfolio after 6 July 2002
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Vice-President and
head of the Afghan Constitution Commission Nematullah Shahrani New
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Special Advisor on Security and
Education Minister Yunus Qanuni Incumbent (Special Advisor on Security is new post)
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Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah Incumbent
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Finance Minister Mohammad Ashraf Ghani New
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Interior Minister Taj Mohammed Wardak
Ali Ahmad Jalali New
New (Jalali replaced Wardak in January 2003)
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Planning Minister Mohammad Mohaqiq Incumbent (but lost role as vice-chair)
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Communications Minister Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai New
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Borders Minister Arif Nurzai New (was Small Industries Minister)
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Refugees Minister Intayatullah Nazeri Incumbent
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Mines Minister Juma Muhammad Muhammadi New
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Light Industries Minister Mohammed Alim Razm Incumbent
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Health Minister Sohaila Siddiqi Incumbent
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Commerce Minister Sayed Mustafa Kasemi Incumbent
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Agriculture Minister Sayed Hussain Anwari Incumbent
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Justice Minister Abbas Karimi Incumbent
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Information and Culture Minister Saeed Makhdoom Rahim Incumbent
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Reconstruction Minister Mohammed Fahim Farhang Incumbent
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Haj and Mosques Minister Mohammed Amin Naziryar New
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Urban Affairs Minister Yousef Pashtun
Gul Agha Sherzai New
New (Sherzai took over on 16 August 2003)
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Water and Power Minister Mohammad Shakir Karkar Incumbent (but los role as Vice-chair)
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Irrigation & Environment Minister Ahmed Yusuf Nuristani New
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Martyrs and Disabled Minister Abdullah Wardak Incumbent
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Higher Education Minister Sharif Faez Incumbent
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Civil Aviation & Tourism Minister Mirwais Sadiq New (was Labor and Social Affairs Minister)
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Transportation Minister Sayed Mohammed Ali Jawad
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Rural Development Minister Hanif Asmar New
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Labor and Social Affairs Minister Noor Mohammad Qarqin
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Woman's Affairs Minister Habiba Sorabi New
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Supreme Court Chief Justice Hadi Shinwari
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Security Advisor Zalmai Rassoul
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State or Advisor-Minister for Women's Affairs Mahbooba Hoquqmal
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Governor of the Afghan Central Bank Anwar ul-Haq Ahadi

Afghan interim administration


Following the ouster of the Taliban regime approximately two dozen leading Afghans met in Germany at the Bonn Conference to choose a leadership and set in place a timeline for the adoption of a new constitution for a new Afghan government, and the timeline for choosing an executive and legislature by democratic election. In the chart below is the list of members of the Interim Afghan authority. The Afghan Interim Administration (AIA) was the first administration of Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime and was the highest authority of the country from 22 December 2001 until 13 July 2002.
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Administration
Position
Name Notes
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Chairman Hamid Karzai Independent Pashtun tribal leader in exile in Pakistan
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Vice-Chair and
Defense Minister Mohammed Fahim Defense Minister of the United Islamic Front
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Vice–Chair and
Women's Affairs Sima Samar Founder of the Shuhada Organization and Shuhada Clinic in Quetta, Rome Group.
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Vice-Chair and
Planning Minister Mohammed Mohaqqeq Warlord fighting against the Taliban for the People's Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan in the United Islamic Front
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Vice-Chair and
Water and Energy Minister Ahmed Shakar Karkar United Islamic Front
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Vice-Chair and
Finance Minister Hedayat Amin Arsala Foreign Minister of the Islamic State of Afghanistan in the 90s. Rome group.
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Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah Foreign Minister of the United Islamic Front
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Interior Minister Yunus Qanuni Interior Minister of the United Islamic Front
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Communications Minister Abdul Rahim United Islamic Front
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Borders Minister Amanullah Zadran Taliban leader, who defected after the American invasion, Rome Group
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Refugees Minister Intayatullah Nazeri United Islamic Front
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Small Industries Minister Aref Noozari United Islamic Front
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Mines and Industry Minister Mohammed Alim Razm United Islamic Front
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Health Minister Sohaila Siddiqi Has been in the governments of king Mohammed Zahir Shah and the communist regime of the 1970s and 1980s. Independent
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Commerce Minister Sayed Mustafa Kasemi Spokesmen and leader of United National Front
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Agriculture Minister Sayed Hussain Anwari Chief military commander of the Harakat-e Islami in the United National Front
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Justice Minister Abbas Karimi United Islamic Front
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Information and Culture Minister Saeed Makhdoom Rahim Poet and writer, Rome group
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Reconstruction Minister Mohammed Fahim Farhang Rome Group
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Haj and Mosques Minister Mohammad Hanif Balkhi Independent
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Urban Affairs Minister Abdul Qadir Leader in the United National Front for the Hezb-e Islami Khalis faction
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Public Works Minister Abdul Khaliq Fazal Rome group
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Irrigation Minister Mangal Hussein Previously warlord for the Hezbi Islami Gulbuddin, Peshawar group
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Martyrs and Disabled Minister Abdullah Wardak Leader in the United National Front for the Islamic Union for the Liberation of Afghanistan
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Higher Education Minister Sharif Faez United Islamic Front
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Civil Aviation & Tourism Minister Abdul Rahman Member of United Islamic Front, but he threw his support to former king Zahir Shah and became a member of the Rome Group
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Labor and Social Affairs Mirwais Saddiq Son of Ismail Khan, United Islamic Front
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Transportation Minister Sultan Hamid Sultan
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Education Minister Abdul Rassoul Amin Member of the National Islamic Front and the Rome group.
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Rural Development Minister Abdul Malik Anwar United Islamic Front
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Category:Executive branch of the Government of Afghanistan
Afghanistan
 
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