Iran's newly inaugurated president Ebrahim Raisi has appointed his Cabinet members all of whom are hardliners and conservatives.
The first two appointments came earlier this week. Mohammad Mokhber was named first Vice President, while Gholamhossein Esmaili becomes Mr Raisi's chief of staff.
Mr Mokhber was director of the Execution of Imam Khomeini's Order, a government-owned enterprise. He was also part of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's executive staff.
In that role, he established the Barakat Foundation, the Ehsan Foundation, the Barakat Knowledge Foundation and the Tadbir Economic Development Group.
A veteran of the Iran-Iraq War, the US imposed sanctions on Mr Mokhber because of his role in the supreme leader's office.
Mr Esmaili is the former spokesman of Iran's judiciary and is the former head of the country's prison organisation.
Mr Raisi has two weeks to announce the rest of his Cabinet and present the names to MPs for approval. He is expected to make the rest of his appointments over the coming week.
Mr Raisi announced his full list of cabinet appointees on Thursday just two days before the next parliamentary session where members will vote to approve his cabinet.
On Wednesday, it was announced that Hossein Amir-Abdollahian will succeed Javad Zarif as the nation's next foreign minister. Mr Amir-Abdollahian is of the hardline camp and was formerly Iran's deputy foreign minister for Arab and African Affairs under conservative president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and outgoing moderate Hassan Rouhani.
Who is in the rest of Iran's Cabinet?
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance- Seyed Ehsan Khandouzi
Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance- Mohammad Mehdi Ismaili
Ministry of Defense, Support and Armed Forces- Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Ashtiani
Department of Justice- Mohammad Mehdi Ismaili
Ministry of Health and Medical Education- Bahram Ainullahi
Ministry of Education- Hossein Baghgoli
Ministry of Roads and City Planning- Rostam Ghasemi;
Oil Ministry- Javad Oji
Ministry of Information- Hujjatul Islam and Muslims Seyyed Ismail Khatib
Ministry of Power- Ali Akbar Mehrabian
Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade- Seyed Reza Fatemi Amin
Ministry of Agriculture- Seyed Javad Sadati Nejad
Ministry of Labour, Cooperation and Social Welfare- Hojjatullah Abdul Maleki
Ministry of Sport and Youth- Seyed Hamid Sajjadi Hazaveh
Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Hossein Amir Abdullahian
Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism-Seyed Ezatullah Zarghami
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology-Issa Zarepour;