Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu announced his interim Cabinet on Friday, after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan assigned him to form a caretaker government, Anadolu Agency reported.
Davutoglu submitted the composition of the new government to Erdogan at 7.10 p.m. local time (1610GMT).
Since Tuesday, the prime minister has been making efforts to form a provisional government that will run Turkey until early election is held on Nov. 1.
The June 7 election saw a stalemate with no party winning the majority necessary to form a single party government. Coalition talks between the Justice and Development (AK) Party and the other three parliamentary parties had not produced any result.
All but one party -- the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party -- had refused to join the caretaker government.
There are 25 ministry positions in the Turkish government. Three vital portfolios -- interior, transport and justice -- will be allotted to non-partisan figures while 11 posts were to go to the AK Party with opposition parties supposed to take the remaining 11.
Davutoglu announced the list of members of the interim Cabinet at a press conference in Ankara which is as follows:
Prime Minister - Ahmet Davutoglu
Deputy Prime Minister - Yalcin Akdogan
Deputy Prime Minister - Numan Kurtulmus
Deputy Prime Minister - Cevdet Yilmaz
Deputy Prime Minister - Tugrul Turkes
Foreign Minister - Feridun Sinirlioglu
EU Affairs Minister and Chief Negotiator - Ali Haydar Konca
Minister of Family and Social Policies - Aysen Gurcan
Minister of Justice - Kenan Ipek
Minister of Science, Industry and Technology - Fikri Isik
Minister of Customs and Trade - Cenap Asci
Minister of Environment and Urban Planning - Idris Gulluce
Minister of Economy - Nihat Zeybekci
Minister of Youth and Sports - Akif Cagatay Kilic
Minister of Internal Affairs - Selami Altinok
Minister of Transport, Maritime and Communication - Feridun Bilgin
Minister of Labour and Social Security - Ahmet Erdem
Minister of Energy and Natural Resources - Ali Rıza Alaboyun
Minister of Food, Agriculture and Livestock - Kudbettin Arzu
Development Minister - Muslum Dogan
Minister of Culture and Tourism - Yalcin Topcu
Minister of Finance - Mehmet Simsek
Minister of National Education - Nabi Avci
Minister of National Defence - Vecdi Gonul
Minister of Forest and Water Management - Veysel Eroglu
Minister of Health - Mehmet Muezzinoglu