Ibrahim Abdel Hady Pasha

Ibrahim Abdel Hady Pasha (14 February 1896 – 18 February 1981) was an Egyptian politician who was the 28th Prime Minister from 28 December 1948 until 26 July 1949.[1] He was appointed to the post following the assassination of Prime Minister Mahmoud el Nokrashy Pasha, leader of the Saadist Institutional Party.[2] He was a member of the Saadist Institutional Party.[3] Hady Pasha also served as the Minister of Finance for a short time between 10 December 1946 and 18 February 1947 in the cabinet led by Mahmoud el Nokrashy Pasha.[4] Abdel Majid Badr Pasha succeeded Hady Pasha as finance minister.[4] Hady Pasha was arrested following the end of the King Farouk's rule in 1952 and was sentenced by the Revolutionary Tribunal to death by hanging on 3 October 1953.[5] The sentence was reduced to life imprisonment next day.[5] His personal wealth was also confisticated by the court.[5]

Ibrahim Abdel Hady Pasha

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Timeline/list of rulers at Rulers.org
  2. ^ "Ibrahim Abdel Hadi Is Dead at 82; Served as Premier Under Farouk". New York Times, 19 February 1981.
  3. ^ Spencer C. Tucker; Priscilla Roberts, eds. (2008). "Prime Ministers of Egypt". The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Political, Social, and Military History. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. p. 723. ISBN 978-1-85109-842-2.
  4. ^ a b William M. Steen (April 1947). "Developments of the Quarter: Comment and Chronology December 1, 1946-February 28, 1947". Middle East Journal. 1 (2): 192–195. JSTOR 4321861.
  5. ^ a b c "Developments of the Quarter: Comment and Chronology". Middle East Journal. 8 (1): 73. Winter 1954. JSTOR 4322566.

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Political offices
Preceded by Prime Minister of Egypt
1948–1949
Succeeded by