Ahmad Toukan (Ahmad Tuqan) (Arabic: أحمد طوقان; 15 August 1903 – 5 January 1981) was a Jordanian political leader of Palestinian descent who was the Prime Minister of Jordan from 26 September 1970 to 28 October 1970.
|Prime Minister of Jordan|
26 September 1970 – 28 October 1970
|Preceded by||Mohammad Daoud Al-Abbasi|
|Succeeded by||Wasfi al-Tal|
|Born||15 August 1903|
Nablus, Palestine, Ottoman Empire
|Died||5 January 1981 (aged 77)|
Toukan occupied many high-ranking positions both locally and internationally:
- UNESCO Expert and UNRWA Deputy Head of Education (1954–1961)
- Education Expert at the International Bank for Reconstruction & Development (1962–1966)
- Minister (including Foreign Minister, Minister of State and Deputy Prime Minister during the years 1950–1970)
- Prime Minister in 1970
- Chief of the Royal Hashemite Court of Jordan in 1972
- Chairman of University of Jordan's Board of Trustees in 1972.
- Hess, John L. (September 27, 1970). Hussein Forms a New Regime But Is Assailed by Commandos. The New York Times
- Associated press (January 5, 1981). Ahmed Toukan, 78, Ex-Premier; Led Jordan During '70 Crackdown.
Mohammad Daoud Al-Abbasi
| Prime Minister of Jordan
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