President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi partially reshuffled the cabinet with four new ministers and several other deputies and senior officials named.
Nahal Al-Awlaqi was named as minister of legal affairs, Othman Mujali state minister of the House of Representatives and Shura Council Affairs, Yasir Al-Roaini state minister of implantation of the national dialog conference outcomes and Hani bin Braik state minister and member in the cabinet.
Moreover, Hadi appointed governor of the province of Socotra and deputies governor, four deputies governor of Aden, deputy of Hadramout, vice education minister, vice information minister and others.
The reshuffle was the third in the past few months. Early last month, Hadi named new five ministers within the cabinet chaired by Vice President and Premier Khalid Bahah.
The cabinet has been staying in the Saudi capital of Riyadh for months. Hadi and it fled into Riyadh after the Saudi-led coalition launched a military intervention against Yemen in March.
The intervention was made in order to restore the legitimacy of the transitional government which had been ousted by the Houthi militants in late 2014.
From Sanaa, the capital which they overran, the Houthis have appointed several officials including governors as they continued to issue decrees on state senior positions.