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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad submitted a list of his proposed new cabinet ministers to the country's Parliament.

The president unveiled his 21-member cabinet late on Wednesday.

Parliament Members will examine the list from August 23 before they hold a confidence vote on August 30, the press tv reported.

The list includes three women to head the ministries of health, social welfare and education.

After winning in election in Iran, Ahmadinejad took his oath of office before the Parliament on August 5.

Vice Parliament Speaker Mohammad-Reza Bahonar said on Thursday it was likely that several of the ministers would be rejected by the assembly.

"Some of my colleagues and I ... believe that close to five ministers proposed by Mr. Ahmadinejad will not receive a vote of confidence," he said, without giving the names of the ministers.

He also predicted that the rest of the proposed ministers would be approved only by a narrow margin.

The proposed ministers' list includes:

Minister of Foreign Affairs: Manouchehr Mottaki

Minister of Oil: Masoud Mir Kazemi

Minister of Defense: Brigadier Ahmad Vahidi

Minister of Intelligence: Heyder Moslehi

Minister of Justice: Morteza Bakhtiari

Minister of Interior: Mostafa Mohammad Najjar

Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance: Seyyed Shamseddin Hosseini

Minister of Commerce: Mehdi Ghazanfari

Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance: Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini

Minister of Education: Sousan Keshavarz

Minister of Cooperatives: Mohammad Abbasi

Minister of Welfare and Social Security: Fatemeh Ajorlou

Minister of Industries and Mines: Ali Akbar Mehrabian

Minister of Jihad-e-Agriculture: Sadeq Khalilian

Minister of Communications and Information Technology: Reza Taqipour

Minister of Energy: Mohammad Aliabadi

Minister of Health: Marzieh Vahid Dastjerdi

Minister of Housing and Urban Development: Abdolreza
Sheikholeslami

Minister of Labor and Social Affairs: Ali Nikzad

Minister of Science, Research and Technology: Kamran Daneshjoo

Minister of Road and Transportation: Hamid Behbahani

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