Amir reshuffles Cabinet Jun 18, 2021 0 501 12345 QNADohaHis Highness The Amir of State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Thursday issued Amiri Order No 2 of 2021, reshuffling the Cabinet. The order stipulates that HE Masoud bin Mohammed Al Ameri shall be appointed as the Minister of Justice. The order also stipulates that HE Minister of Municipality and Environment Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Subaie shall be entrusted with carrying out the duties of Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, in addition to his present responsibilities. The Amiri Order annulled all provisions contravening its rules. The Amiri Order shall be effective starting from its date of issue and shall be published in the Official Gazette.HE Masoud bin Mohammed Al Ameri took the oath as the Minister of Justice at the Amiri Diwan on Thursday before the HH the Amir. The oath taking ceremony was attended by HH the Deputy Amir Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Thani. Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani also attended the ceremony. RELATED ARTICLES Amir to deliver opening speech at QEF on June 21 Jun 18, 2021 0 2483 Amir appoints Attorney-General Jun 18, 2021 0 462 Attorney-General takes oath Jun 18, 2021 0 402 ‘We are on our way to win the battle against COVID-19’ Tribune News Network Doha Dr Abdullatif Al Khal, Chair of the National Strategic Group on COVID-19, has said that Qatar is on its way to winning the battle against the pandemic. He said the vaccines used in Qatar are among .. MoPH issues memo to health practitioners on use of social media Tribune News Network Doha The Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Healthcare Professions has issued a memo to healthcare practitioners in Qatar regarding their use of social media. The memo, however, is in no way a .. 2nd phase of lifting COVID restrictions to begin today QNA Doha The second phase of lifting COVID-19 restrictions will begin on Friday as part of a gradual plan to lift all curbs imposed due to the pandemic. With relaxing of restrictions, a maximum of 80 percent of government ..