The new ministerial formation included three Copts; Mounir Fakhri Abdel Nour for Commerce and Industry, Dr. Ramzi George for Scientific Research, and Dr. Laila Rashid Iskandar for Environment. Iskandar is one of three women in the new government, which includes 33 ministerial portfolios.
Ambassador Mohamed Nabil Fahmi was selected for Foreign Affairs Ministry, Maj. Gen. Mohamed Ibrahim for Interior Ministry, Maj. Gen. Reda Hafez for Military Production, Hisham Zazoua for Tourism, Ahmed Shaaban for Electricity, Atef Helmy for Telecom, Dr. Ayman Farid Abu Hadid for Agriculture, Ahmed el-Borai for Social Solidarity, Mohamed Ibrahim for Antiquities, Mohamed Saber Arab for Culture, Osama Saleh for Investment, and Ashraf el-Arabi for Planning.
The new cabinet also included Adel Labib for Local Development, Cllr. Mohamed Amin el-Abbasi for Transitional Justice and National Reconciliation, Abdel Aziz Ibrahim for Civil Aviation, Ahmed Galal for Finance, Mohamed Abu Shadi for Supplies, Ibrahim Mahlab for Housing, Doria Sharaf el-Din for Information, and Sherif Ismail for Oil Ministry.
Maha Zain el-Abidine has been chosen a minister for Health and Population, Mohamed Abdel Muttalib for Water Resources and Irrigation, Mohamed Mokhtar for Endowments, Mahmoud Abu el-Nasr for Education, Kamal Abu Eita for Workforce and Migration, Khaled Abdel Aziz for Youth, and Taher Abu Zeid for Sport.