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Burkina Faso reshuffles cabinet

afrol News, 5 September - A cabinet reshuffle in Burkina Faso saw the appointment of six new ministers and shifting of ministerial portfolios.

In a presidential decree, President Blaisse Compaore has retained all officials of the 34-sized cabinet headed by prime minister Tertius Zongo. .

Seydou Kabore, Noel Kabore and Marie Therese Keita who have been named ministers of infrastructures, telecommunications and vice minister of budget, respectively, were the new cabinet entrants. Marie Therese Keita is the only female minister in the new government line-up.

Consequently, Alain Bedouma Yoda who until the reshuffle was the senior minister of health has been reassigned as senior minister of foreign affairs and regional cooperation. Seydou Bouda, formely the minister of civil service and state reform, has been named the minister of health.


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