Syria’s new Cabinet lacks ‘any trace of opposition’

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad announced July 3 the lineup of the new government headed by former Electricity Minister Imad Khamis. This government is the first to be formed in the era of the New People’s Council. While more than half of the old ministers were changed, economy-related ministers were the most affected. The official Syrian news agency SANA announced Decree No. 203, which provides for the formation of a new government in Syria, in which the “sovereign” ministries were left unchanged. Gen. Fahd Jassem al-Freij remained defense minister and deputy prime minister while Walid al-Moualem was reappointed foreign minister and deputy prime minister. The position of deputy prime minister for economic affairs was not in the lineup. This position remained divided between a military wing and a foreign policy wing.

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