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    The President of Iran is the second formal position after the Supreme leader. The president has the authority to introduce members of his cabinet to the Iranian Parliament for confirmation under the Constitution of Iran.

    Rouhani is the seventh president of Iran which governs within the eleventh government of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

    Contents
    • 1 Cabinet members
      • 1.1 Vice presidents
      • 1.2 Ministers
    • 2 List of Cabinet members
    • 3 Reception
    • 4 See also
    • 5 References

    Cabinet members Vice presidents

    Rouhani appointed Jahangiri as the first vice president. Elham Aminzadeh is another Vice President, who was appointed by Rouhani as his vice president for legal affairs on 11 August. Mohammad Bagher Nobakht is the other vice president in the cabinet and he is in charge of planning and strategic supervision.

    Ministers See also: Confirmations of Hassan Rouhani''s Cabinet

    Rouhani announced his designated cabinet on 4 August 2013. Then, parliament voted to his cabinet. The voting process was began on 12 August and was ended on 15 August. The voting was held on 15 August and three of the eighteen nominees were not approved by the Majlis, those proposed to head the ministries of education, science, research and technology; and sports and youth.

    List of Cabinet members Office Incumbent (Coa) Since
    Presidency
    President Hassan Rouhani (M) 3 August 2013
    First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri (R) 4 August 2013
    Chief of Staff Mohammad Nahavandian (C) 4 August 2013
    Ministers
    Agricultural Mahmoud Hojjati (R) 15 August 2013
    Communication Mahmoud Vaezi (M) 15 August 2013
    Labour Ali Rabei (R) 15 August 2013
    Culture Ali Jannati (M) 15 August 2013
    Defense Hossein Dehghan (R) 15 August 2013
    Finance Ali Tayebnia (R) 15 August 2013
    Education Ali Asghar Fani (M) 17 August 2013
    Energy Hamid Chitchian (M) 15 August 2013
    Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif (R) 15 August 2013
    Health Hassan Hashemi (M) 15 August 2013
    Business Mohammadreza Nematzadeh (R) 15 August 2013
    Intelligence Mahmoud Alavi (C) 15 August 2013
    Interior Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli (C) 15 August 2013
    Justice Mostafa Pourmohammadi (C) 15 August 2013
    Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zanganeh (R) 15 August 2013
    Science Mohammad-Ali Najafi (R) 20 August 2014
    Transportation Abbas Ahmad Akhondi (M) 15 August 2013
    Sports Mahmoud Goudarzi (R) 17 November 2013
    Ministers of State
    Atomic Energy Ali Akbar Salehi (M) 16 August 2013
    Cultural Heritage and Tourism Masoud Soltanifar (R) 1 February 2014
    Economic Masoud Nili (R) 4 September 2013
    Environmental Protection Masoumeh Ebtekar (R) 10 September 2013
    Executive Affairs Mohammad Shariatmadari (R) 8 October 2013
    International Akbar Torkan (R) 1 September 2013
    Legal Elham Aminzadeh (R) 11 August 2013
    Martyrs and Veterans Mohammad-Ali Shahidi (M) 5 September 2013
    Parliamentary Majead Ansari (R) 1 September 2013
    National Elites Sorena Sattari (R) 5 October 2013
    Supervision and Strategic Mohammad Bagher Nobakht (R) 1 September 2013
    Women and Family Affairs Shahindokht Molaverdi (R) 8 October 2013
    Others
    Central Bank of Iran Valiollah Seif 1 September 2013
    Government''s spokesperson Mohammad Bagher Nobakht (R) 1 September 2013
    Secretary of the Security Council Ali Shamkhani (R) 11 September 2013
    Reception

    The list of cabinet members received mixed reactions from the Iranian press. Reformist dailies mostly expressed positive statements about the nominated cabinet members whereas Shargh, another reformist paper, regarded the list both satisfactory and unsatisfactory, claiming that it includes a “non-partisan and moderate government” featuring figures from all political parties. Kayhan, on the other hand, criticized the nomination of oil minister, Bijan Namdar Zanganeh.

    On 8 August 2013, three international organizations, namely Reporters Without Borders, the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, and Human Rights Watch, requested the withdrawal of Mostafa Pourmohammadi''s nomination for the post of justice minister due to his controversial past tenure. Revolutionary Guards Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari criticised Rouhani''s administration in December 2013: "The military, systems and procedures governing the administrative system of the country are the same as before, has been slightly modified and unfortunately infected by Western doctrine, and a fundamental change must occur. The main threat to the revolution is in the political arena and the Guards cannot remain silent in the face of that."

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