According to an official statement, the amendments included the appointment of:

1. Appointment of Raed Muzaffar Rifaat Abu Al-Saud as Minister of Water and Irrigation.

2. Appointment of Wajih Tayeb Abdullah Azayza as Minister of State.

3. Appointment of Ahmed Maher Hamdi Tawfiq Abu Al-Saman as Minister of Public Works and Housing.

4. Appointment of Haditha Jamal Haditha Al-Khraisha as Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs.

5. Appointment of Mr. Yousef Mahmoud Ali Al-Shamali as Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply.

6. Appointment of Nadia Abdel Raouf Salem Al-Rawabdeh as Minister of Labor.

7. Appointment of Wissam Walid Tawfiq al-Tahtmouni as Minister of Transport.

8. Appointment of Muhannad Ahmed Salem Al-Mubaideen as Minister of Government Communication.

The ministers were sworn in before the king at Al Husseiniya Palace in the presence of Prime Minister Bisher Khasawneh and Royal Hashemite Court Chief Yousef al-Essawy.

The most modified in the country's history

Al-Khasawneh's government is considered the most amended in the history of Jordan, and in its seventh amendment it used five new ministers while only two came out, bringing the total number to 30.

According to observers, this amendment is an indication of the government's seriousness in preparing for the next stage, which includes many files, most notably:

  • Holding the next parliamentary elections.
  • Water file and completion of the national carrier.
  • File transport.
  • Working file.
  • Extension of the vision of economic modernization.