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MAURITANIA

The 1991 Constitution provides for a civilian government composed of a dominant executive branch, a Senate and National Assembly, and an independent judiciary. Despite these constitutional guarantees elections in Mauritania have largely been considered fraudelant and thus Mauritania can not be considered a democracy.
CURRENT GOVERNMENT
President Abdellahi, Sidi Ould Cheikh
Prime Minister Zeidane, Zeine Ould
Min. of Civil Service, Labor, Youth & Sports Sidi, Baba Ould
Min. of Commerce, Handicrafts, & Tourism Abdel Kader, Isselmou Ould
Min. of Communications & Relations with Parliament Ely, Cheyakh Ould
Min. of Culture & Islamic Orientation El Moustaph, Isselmou Ould Sidi
Min. of Economic & Development Affairs Nani, Mohamed Ould
Min. of Equipment & Transportation Bakary, Diabira
Min. of Finance Houmeid, Bodiel Ould
Min. of Fisheries & Maritime Economy Ahmedou, Ahmedou Ould
Min. of Foreign Affairs Abdi, Dah Ould
Min. of Health & Social Affairs Hamet, Diop Adboul
Min. of Hydraulics & Energy Moustafa, Kane
Min. of Interior, Post, & Telecommunications Cheikh Ahmed, Lemrabott Sidi Mahmoud Ould
Min. of Justice M'Bareck, Sghair Ould
Min. of Mines & Industry H'Meyda, Zeidane Ould
Min. of National Education Ahmed, Aboubekrine Ould
Min. of Rural Development & Environment Maouloud, Moustapha Ould
Secretary General of the Government Sileye, Ba, Dr.
Secretary of State in Charge of Civil Affairs Boubou, Khadijetou Mint
Secretary of State in Charge of Foreign Affairs & Cooperation in Charge of the Arab Maghreb Soueiloum, Hama Ould
Secretary of State in Charge of Literacy & Basic Education Lemine, Mohamed Fadhel Ould Mohamed
Secretary of State in Charge of Women's Affairs Hedeid, Mintate Mint
Sec. of State Delegate to the Prime Minister in Charge of New Technologies Saleck, Fatimetou Mint Mohamed
Ambassador to the US Ben Jidou, Ahmed Ben Khalifa
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Deddach, Mahfoudh Ould