The army has sacked 24 ministers of the ousted Aung San Suu Kyi government on the first day of its seizure of power in Myanmar.
Army officers have been appointed in their place.
BBC reported on Monday (01 February). The new recruitments were announced on Army-run television.
According to Reuters and BBC Burmese sources, 24 ministers, deputy ministers and state ministers of Suu Kyi's government have been dismissed.
Along with that, 11 new ministers have been appointed.
Most of the new ministers are senior army officers. Some are members of the army-backed party USDP.
One of the leaders of the USPD, Una Mong Loun, has been appointed as the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He reportedly lost the November election.
Earlier, Myanmar's army seized power and arrested most of the senior leaders of the ruling party, including National League for Democracy (NLD) leader Aung San Suu Kyi and the country's President Win Myint. Later, a state of emergency was declared in the country for 1 year.