A plan of state clerk was added to the Prime Minister in charge of major projects that were assigned to Mrs. Lubna Al-Juraibi, who was to occupy the Minister of Communication Technology, and was compensated by Muhammad al-Fadil Karim, which is the minister's portfolio, which was one of the points of contention between Elias Al-Fakhfakh and Al-Nahda.
At the head of the Ministry of Transport, Emad Al-Hamami was compensated with Anwar Maarouf, and Lotfi Zaitoun was chosen as his replacement at the head of the Ministry of Local Affairs.
The Minister of Higher Education, Khalil al-Amiri, was also replaced by Salim Shoura. According to the new modification, the formation is as follows:
Defense Minister: Imad Al-Hazqi - independent.
Minister of Justice: Thoraya Al-Juraibi Al-Khamiri - Independent.
Minister of the Interior: Hisham Al-Mishishi - Independent.
Foreign Minister: Noureddine El-Ray - independent.
Finance Minister: Muhammad Nizar Yaish - independent.
Minister of State Property and Real-Estate Affairs: Ghazi Al-Shawashy - The Democratic Current.
Minister of Investment and International Cooperation: Mohamed Selim El-Ezaby - Long live Tunisia.
Minister of Vocational Training and Employment: Fathi Al-Hajj - People's Movement.
Minister of Social Affairs: Al-Habib Kacho - Independent.
Minister of Transport: Anwar Maarouf
Minister of Agriculture: Osama Al-Khuraiji - independent.
Minister of Industry: Saleh bin Yusef - independent.
Minister of Energy and Mines: Manji Marzouk - independent.
Tourism Minister: Mohamed Ali El Toumi - from the National Reform Bloc of the Tunisian Alternative Party.
Minister of Trade: Muhammad al-Musallini - the People's Movement.
Environment Minister: Shukri Bin Hassan - Movement of Long Live Tunisia.
Minister of Technology and Communication: Muhammad al-Fadil Karim
Minister of Equipment and Housing: Monsef Al-Sulaiti - Al-Nahda Movement.
Religious Affairs Minister: Ahmed Azoum - Independent.
Minister of Women: Asma al-Suhairi - independent.
Minister of Health: Abd al-Latif al-Makki, Al-Nahda Movement.
Minister of Higher Education: Salim Shoura
Minister of Education: Muhammad al-Hamidi - the Democratic Current.
Youth and Sports Minister: Ahmed Qaloul - Al-Nahda Movement.
Minister of Cultural Affairs: Shiraz Al-Atiri - Independent.
Minister of State to the Prime Minister in charge of the civil service, governance and anti-corruption: Mohamed Abbou - the Democratic Current.
Minister of State to the Prime Minister in charge of major projects, Mrs. Lubna Al-Juraibi
Minister of State to the Prime Minister in charge of human rights and the relationship with constitutional bodies and civil society: Al-Ayashi Al-Hamami - Independent.
Minister of State in charge of Local Affairs: Anwar Maarouf - An-Nahda Movement, replacing Lotfi Zeitoun
Minister to the Prime Minister in charge of the relationship with Parliament: Ali Al Hafsi - from the National Reform Bloc, from Nidaa Tounes.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs: Salma El-Nefer - Independent.
State writer of agriculture in charge of water resources: Akisah El-Bahry.
Elias El-Fakhfakh thanked all the parties that were keen to approve the views and reach understandings in order to ensure approval of this government, while awaiting the confidence of the Parliament.
This new cabinet formation comes after a constitutional dialogue between the President of the Republic, Qais Saeed, the Speaker of the Parliament of the Meteors and the Nahda Movement party, Rashid Ghannouchi, after he expressed his desire to withdraw confidence from the caretaker government headed by Youssef Al-Shahid, and to assign an alternative person to Elias Al-Fakhfakh to form a new government.
The constitutional response from Qais Saeed was that, according to Article 89 of the Tunisian Constitution of 2014, he would dissolve the Parliament and re-establish legislative elections.
While Rashid Ghannouchi's maneuvering with the presidential palace did not succeed, analysts say that the Ennahda Movement’s approval of the Elias Al-Fakhfakh government is nothing but a political tactic to extract the dissolution paper from the President’s hand, and then withdraw confidence from the Fakhfakh government at an upcoming stage, and form a new government.
The Ennahda movement has returned to prevarication again, and the use of the participation of the Heart of Tunisia Party in the government, and while it was citing the rejection of the Fakhvakh government of the necessity of the participation of Nabil Karoui's party, she returned to say that this is not a condition.
According to these analyzes and political maneuvers from the Ennahda movement, it appears that the government of the traps will be at the edge of the road and capable of falling at any moment, which could disrupt its march, given that Tunisia no longer tolerates political and economic instability.