Abadi proposed a cabinet reshuffle that is going to be comprehensive for all ministries and the execution will be in ten days, except defense and interior ministry. The reforms could not have been taken place without the words of Ayatollah Sistani, but also to Muqtada Al-Sadr, according to the PM Haidar Al-Abadi.

The following is a list of technocrats and ministries supplied by Haidar Al-Abadi:

Dr Ali Allawi : Finance
Dr Abdul Razzak Aleisa: Higher Education
Sharief Ali Bin Al-Hussaini: Foreign Affairs
Nizzar Mohammed Salem Numan: Oil
Yousif Ali Al Assadi: Transport
Oshiar Rasool Mohammed Ameen: Construction
Ali Saleh Aljubori: Education
Alaa Disher: Electricity
Mohammed Hussaon Abdull Ridha Nassrallah: Justice
Sr. Alaa Ghani Hissain Munarak: Health
Waffa Jafar Al-Mahdawi: Works and Immigration
Akeel Mahdi Yousuf Al-Gharbaan: Sport and Culture
Dr Hassan Al Janabi: Water and Agriculture

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