The new cabinet was approved by the house with 2 against and 12 abstentions.
The cabinet included leaders of contending political parties.
According to the Prime Minister, the appointment of the ministers was made based on ensuring the participation of contending political parties, work experience, gender, and capability among other things.
The new ministers sworn in before the House of Representatives.
The following are the newly appointed cabinet members.
1. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Demeke Mekonnen
2. Minister of Health, Lia Tadesse
3. Minister of Education, Berhanu Nega
4. Minister of Revenues, Lake Ayalew
5. Minister of Finance, Ahmed Shide
6. Minister of Innovation and Technology, Belete Molla
7. Minister of Transport and Logistic, Dagmawit Moges
8. Minister of Peace, Binalf Andualem
9. Minister of Trade and Regional Integration, Gebrameskel Chala
10. Minister of Defense, Abraham Belay
11. Minister of Planning and Development, Fistum Assefa
12. Minister of Culture and Sport, Qajela Mardasa
13. Minister of Tourism, Ambassador Nasise Challi
14. Minister of Mines, Takele Uma
15. Minister of Works and Skills, Muferiat Kamil
16. Ministry of Urban and Infrastructure, Chaltu Sani
17. Minister of Water and Energy, Habtamu Itafa
18. Minister of Irrigation and Lowland Environment, Aisha Mohammed Mussa
19. Minister of Women and Social Affairs, Ergoge Tesfaye
20. Minister of Justices, Gedion Timotios
21. Minister of Industry, Melaku Alebel
22. Minister of Agriculture, Umar Hussien