Abdelaziz Djerrad’s biography, fact, career, awards, net worth and life story

IntroAlgerian political scientist and politician
Is Politician
Political scientist
From Algeria
Type Academia

12 February 1954, Khenchela, Algeria

Age66 years
Star signAquarius
Politics National Liberation Front
University of Algiers

Abdelaziz Djerad (Arabic: عبد العزيز جراد‎; born 12 February 1954) is an Algerian politician who has served as Prime Minister of Algeria since 28 December 2019.

Early life

Djerad was born in Khenchela on 12 February 1954. After completing a bachelor’s degree at the Institute of Political Sciences and International Relations of Algiers in 1976, he moved to Paris Nanterre University where be obtained his doctorate. He also worked as a professor of political science at the University of Algiers and published several books.

Prime Minister of Algeria

On 28 December 2019, Djerad was sworn in after being appointed Prime Minister of Algeria and was immediately tasked with forming a new government. A government was named on 2 January 2020.


Minister of Foreign Affairs: Sabri Boukadoum

Minister of the Interior: Local Government and Town and Country Planning: Kamel Beldjoud

Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals : Belkacem Zeghmati

Minister of Finance : Abderahmane Raouia

Minister of Energy : Mohamed Arkab

Minister of Mujahideen : Tayeb Zitouni

Minister of Religious Affairs and Wakfs : Youcef Belmahdi

Minister of National Education : Mohamed Oudjaout

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research : Chemssedine Chitour

Minister of Vocational Training and Education : Houyam Friha

Minister of Culture : Bendoudad Malika

Minister of Post, Telecommunications, Technology and Digital : Ibrahim Boumzar

Minister of Youth and Sports : Sidali Khaldi

Minister of National Solidarity, Family and Status of Women : Kaouthar Krikou

Minister of Industry and Mines : Ferhat Ait Ali

Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries : Sidahmed Feroukhi

Minister of Housing, Town Planning and the City : Kamel Naceri

Minister of Commerce : Kamel Rezig

Minister of Communication and government spokesperson : Amar Belhimer

Minister of Public Works and Transport : Farouk Cheyali

Minister of Water Resources : Beraki Arezki

Minister of Tourism and Handicrafts : Hassan Marmouri

Minister of Health, Population and Hospital Reform : Abderahman Benbouzid

Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Security : Ahmed Chouki Fouad Achek Youcef

Minister of Relations with Parliament : Bassma Azwar

Minister of the Environment and Renewable Energies : Nacera Benharath

Minister of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) : Yacine Djeridene