Kuwait: Social Change in Historical Perspective

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Appendix 2

Councils of Ministers of Kuwait, 1962 to 1981
Royal Decree of January 17, 1962, concerning ministerial assignments:
Jabir al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah, Finance and Economy
Jabir al-'Ali al-Salim al-Sabah, Electricity and Water
Humud al-Zaid al-Khalid, Justice
Khalid 'Abdullah al-Salim al-Sabah, Customs and Ports
Salim al-'Ali al-Salim al-Sabah, Public Works
Sa'ad 'Abdullah al-Salim al-Sabah, Interior
Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah, Guidance and News
Sabah al-Salim al-Sabah, Foreign Affairs
Abdul 'Aziz Hamad al-Saqar, Public Health
Abdullah al-Jabir al-Sabah, Education
Mubarak al-Hamad al-Sabah, Pious Endowments
Mubarak Abdullah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, Post, Telegraph and Telephone
Muhammad Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah, Defence
Muhammad Yusif al-Nisf, Social Affairs and Labour
Sabah al-Salim al-Sabah, Crown Prince and Prime Minister
Royal Decree of March 13, 1964, concerning changes in ministerial assignments:
Jabir al-'Ali al-Salim, Guidance and News
Khalid al-Mas'ud al-Fuhayd, Electricity and Water
Yusif al-Sayed Hashim al-Rifa'i, Post, Telegraph and Telephone
Royal Decree of December 6, 1964, concerning ministerial assignments:
Jabir al-Ahmad al-Jabir, Commerce and Industry
Jabir al-' Ali al-Salim, Guidance and News
Khalifah al-Khalid al-Ghunaim, Commerce
Khalid al-Ahmad al-Jassar, Pious Endowments
Khalid al-Mas'ud al-Fuhayd, Education
Sa'ad al-Abdullah al-Salim, Interior and Defence
Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jabir, Foreign Affairs

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