'Ali Mahir Pasha

Aly Maher Pasha
علي ماهر باشا
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23rd Prime Minister of Egypt
In office
23 July 1952 – 7 September 1952
MonarchFarouk
Fuad II
Preceded byAhmad Najib al-Hilali
Succeeded byMuhammad Naguib
In office
27 January 1952 – 2 March 1952
MonarchFarouk
Preceded byMustafa el-Nahhas Pasha
Succeeded byAhmad Najib al-Hilali
In office
18 August 1939 – 28 June 1940
MonarchFarouk
Preceded byMuhammad Mahmoud Pasha
Succeeded byHassan Sabry Pasha
In office
30 January 1936 – 9 May 1936
MonarchFuad I
Farouk
Preceded byMuhammad Tawfiq Nasim Pasha
Succeeded byMustafa el-Nahhas Pasha
Personal details
Born(1882-11-09)9 November 1882
Cairo, Khedivate of Egypt, Ottoman Empire
Died25 August 1960(1960-08-25) (aged 77)
Geneva, Switzerland
Political partyIttihad Party

Aly Maher Pasha (Arabic: علي ماهر باشا‎; 9 November 1882[1] – 25 August 1960)[2] was an Egyptian political figure. He served as Prime Minister of Egypt from 30 January 1936 to 9 May 1936, a second term from 18 August 1939 to 28 June 1940, a third term from 27 January 1952 to 2 March 1952 and a final fourth term from 23 July 1952 to 7 September 1952. His final term ended when he was forced to resign for his opposition to Egyptian land reform.

References[]

  1. ^ http://www.albawabhnews.com/2682505
  2. ^ Middle East Perspectives: Personal Recollections (1947 - 1967) - A Mardelli Bassil a Mardelli, Bassil Mardelli - Google Books. Retrieved 2012-01-11 – via Google Books.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Mohamed Tawfik Naseem Pasha
Prime Minister of Egypt
1936
Succeeded by
Mostafa en-Nahhas Pasha
Preceded by
Mohamed Mahmoud Pasha
Prime Minister of Egypt
1939–1940
Succeeded by
Hassan Sabry Pasha
Preceded by
Mostafa en-Nahhas Pasha
Prime Minister of Egypt
1952
Succeeded by
Ahmed Naguib el-Hilaly Pasha
Preceded by
Ahmad Naguib el-Hilaly Pasha
Prime Minister of Egypt
1952
Succeeded by
Mohamed Naguib