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Sherif Ismail
Sherif Ismail
Mohamed (Arabic: شريف إسماعيل‎  pronounced [ʃɪˈɾiːf esmæˈʕiːl]; born 6 July 1955[1]) is an Egyptian engineer who has been Prime Minister of Egypt
Prime Minister of Egypt
since 2015. Previously he was Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources from 2013 to 2015. Career[edit] Ismail studied mechanical engineering at Ain Shams University
Ain Shams University
and graduated in 1978.[2] He has held managerial posts at state-run petrochemical and natural gas firms. He served as the executive deputy chairman and then chairman of the Egyptian holding company for petrochemicals (ECHEM), which was established in 2002.[3][4] Next he was named chairman of the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS).[5] Then he worked as the managing director of the state-run oil holding company, Ganoub El Wadi Petroleum Holding Company (GANOPE).[6] and became chairman of the company.[7] He was appointed as Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources on 16 July 2013 as part of the interim cabinet led by Hazem Al Beblawi.[8] He replaced Sherif Hassan Haddara in the post.[9] Ismail was appointed as Prime Minister on 12 September 2015.[10] References[edit]

^ "Meet Egypt's new Prime Minister Sherif Ismail". Ahram Online. 2015-09-12. Archived from the original on 2017-08-27. Retrieved 2017-08-27.  ^ "Meet Egypt's new Prime Minister: Sherif Ismail". Mada Masr. 13 September 2015. Retrieved 5 February 2016.  ^ Pascal Belda (2005). Ebizguide Egypt. MTH Multimedia S.L. p. 94. ISBN 978-84-933978-0-7. Retrieved 20 July 2013.  ^ Bogomolov, Pavel (2004). "Thirty years later". Oil of Russia (3). Retrieved 20 July 2013.  ^ "On working meeting of Alexander Medvedev, Hany Soliman Ali, Sherif Soussa and Ibrahim Ahmed". Gazprom. 26 December 2006. Archived from the original on 1 August 2016. Retrieved 20 July 2013.  ^ " Egypt
Egypt
expects $8 bln in petroleum investments, says minister". Arab Finance. Cairo. 21 February 2012. Retrieved 20 July 2013.  ^ Werr, Patrick (16 June 2013). "State holding company executive appointed Egypt's oil minister". Reuters. Retrieved 20 July 2013.  ^ "New Egyptian Interim Cabinet Sworn Into Office". Radio Free Europe. 16 July 2013. Retrieved 20 July 2013.  ^ Tarek El Tablawy; Alaa Shahine (7 May 2013). " Egypt
Egypt
to Replace Finance Minister in Cabinet Reshuffle". Bloomberg. Retrieved 19 January 2015.  ^ "The Cabinet - Biography". The Arab Republic of Egypt
Egypt
- The Cabinet of Ministers. Archived from the original on 2017-08-07. Retrieved 2017-08-07. 

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Political offices

Preceded by Ibrahim Mahlab Prime Minister of Egypt 2015–present Incumbent

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Prime Ministers of Egypt
Egypt
(List)

Khedivate (1878–1914)

Nobar Isma'il1 Tewfik Sherif Tewfik1 Riaz Sherif Baroudy Raghib2 Sherif Nobar Riaz Fahmy Fakhry Riaz Nobar Fahmy Ghaly Said Roshdy

Sultanate (1914–1922)

Roshdy Said Wahba Naseem Yakan

Kingdom (1922–1953)

Sarwat Naseem Y. Ibrahim Zaghlul Zeiwar Yakan Sarwat Nahas Mahmoud Yakan Nahas Sedky A. Yahya Naseem Aly Maher Nahas Mahmoud Aly Maher H. Sabry Serry Nahas Ahmed Maher Nokrashy Sedky Nokrashy Hady Serry Nahas Aly Maher Hilaly Serry Hilaly Aly Maher Naguib3

Republic (1953–present)

Naguib3 Nasser3 Naguib3 Nasser3,4 A. Sabry4 Z. Mohieddin4 Sulayman4 Nasser4 Fawzi4 A. Sedky Sadat Hegazy Salem Khalil Sadat Mubarak A. F. Mohieddin Aly Lotfy A. M. N. Sedky Ganzouri Ebeid Nazif Shafik Sharaf Ganzouri Qandil Beblawi1 Mahlab Ismail

Notes ^1 interim ^2 Orabi ^3 headed a government in rebellion, July–September 1882, beginning during Raghib's term ^4 UAR period

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Beblawi Cabinet

Hazem El Beblawi Mohamed ElBaradeiR Abdel Fattah el-Sisi Nabil Fahmy Ziad Bahaa-EldinR Ahmed Galal Mohamed Ibrahim Mohamed Ibrahim Ali al-Sayed Laila Rashed Iskandar Mahmoud Abul Nasr Ibrahim El-Demairy Kamal Abu EitaDP Taher AbouzeidNWP Mohamed Abu Shadi Mounir Fakhry Abdel NourNWP Hisham ZazouI Ashraf El-Araby Mohammad Arab Ayman Farid Abu Hadeed Adel Labib Durriyah Sharaf Al DinI Atef Helmy Reda HafezD Ramzy George Osama Saleh Adel Abdel-Hamid Ahmed Imam Sherif Ismail Mohamed Abdel-Muttalib Ibrahim Mahlab Hossam EisaI Mukhtar Gomaa Maha El-Rabat Abdel Aziz Fadel Ahmed BoraiI Khaled Abdel-AzizEP

Bold: Prime Minister DP: Dignity Party EP: Egypt
Egypt
Party I: Independent NWP: New Wafd Party R: Resigned D: Died

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First Mahlab Cabinet

Ibrahim Mahlab Sedki Sobhy Abdel Fattah el-SisiR Ashraf El-Araby Wael El-Degwi Mohamed Ibrahim Nabil Fahmy Ibrahim Younis Hani Qadri Demian Mohamed Ibrahim Ali al-Sayed Laila Rashed Iskandar Adel Labib Mohamed Arab Nayer Adel-Moneim Othman Mahmoud Abul Nasr Ibrahim El-Demairy Mohamed Shaker Hisham ZazouI Ayman Farid Abu Hadeed Atef Helmy Durriyah Sharaf Al DinI Sherif Ismail Mohamed Abdel-Muttalib Mostafa Madbouli Khaled Hanafy Nahed Ashri Mukhtar Gomaa Adel El-Adawi Mohammed Hassan Kamal Ghada Wali Mounir Fakhry Abdel NourNWP Khaled Abdel-AzizEP

Bold: Prime Minister R: Resigned EP: Egypt
Egypt
Party NWP: New Wafd Party I: Independent

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Second Mahlab Cabinet

Ibrahim Mahlab Sedki Sobhy Naglaa el-Ahwany Sayed Abdel Khaleq Sherif Hamad Mohamed Ibrahim Moustafa Sameh Shoukry Hani Qadri Demian Khaled Fahmy Laila Iskander Gaber Asfour Ibrahim El-Heneidy Mahfouz Saber Mahmoud Abo El-Nasr Hany Dahy Mohamed Shaker Hisham ZazouI Adel el-Beltagy Atef Helmy Sherif Ismail Hossam Moghazy Mostafa Madbouli Khaled Hanafy Nahed Ashri Mukhtar Gomaa Adel El-Adawi Mohammed Hassan Kamal Ghada Wali Ashraf El-Araby Mounir Fakhry Abdel NourNWP Ashraf Salman Khaled Abdel AzizEP Ibrahim Younis Adel Labib Mamdouh Eldamaty

Bold: Prime Minister EP: Egypt
Egypt
Party NWP: New Wafd Party I: Independent

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Third Mahlab Cabinet

Ibrahim Mahlab Sedki Sobhy Naglaa el-Ahwany Sayed Abdel Khaleq Sherif Hamad Magdi Abdel-Ghaffar Sameh Shoukry Hani Qadri Demian Khaled Fahmy Laila Iskander Abdel-Wahed El-Nabawi Ibrahim El-Heneidy Mahfouz Saber Moheb El-Rafie Hany Dahy Mohamed Shaker Khaled Abbas Rami Salah El-Din Helal Khaled Ali Negm Sherif Ismail Hossam Moghazy Mostafa Madbouli Khaled Hanafy Nahed Ashri Mukhtar Gomaa Adel El-Adawi Mohammed Hassan Kamal Ghada Wali Ashraf El-Araby Mounir Fakhry Abdel NourNWP Ashraf Salman Hala Mohammed Youssef Mohamed Ahmed Yousef Khaled Abdel AzizEP Ibrahim Younis Adel Labib Mamdouh Eldamaty

Bold: Prime Minister EP: Egypt
Egypt
Party NWP: New Wafd Party

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Ismail Cabinet

Sherif Ismail Sedki Sobhy Sahar Nasr Ashraf Shihi Magdi Abdel-Ghaffar Sameh Shoukry Hani Qadri Demian Khaled Fahmy Helmy Namnam Magdy al-Agaty Ahmed al-Zend Saad el Geyoushi Mohamed Shaker Hisham Zazou Essam Fayed Yasser el Qady Mostafa Madbouli Khaled Hanafy Gamal Sorour Nabila Makram Ebeid Mukhtar Gomaa Ahmed Rady Mohammed Hassan Kamal Ghada Wali Ashraf El-Araby Tareq Qabil Ashraf Salman El Helali el Sherbini Khaled Abdel AzizEP Mohammed el Assar Ahmed Zaki Badr Mamdouh Eldamaty

Bold: Prime Minister EP: Egypt
Egypt
Party

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 Algeria

Abdelaziz Bouteflika Ahmed Ouyahia

 Bahrain

Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa

 Comoros

Azali Assoumani

 Djibouti

Ismaïl Omar Guelleh Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed

 Egypt

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi Sherif Ismail

 Iraq

Fuad Masum Haider al-Abadi

 Jordan

Abdullah II of Jordan Hani Al-Mulki

 Kuwait

Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah

 Lebanon

Michel Aoun Saad Hariri

 Libya

Fayez al-Sarraj

 Mauritania

Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz Yahya Ould Hademine

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Mohammed VI of Morocco Saadeddine Othmani

 Oman

Qaboos bin Said al Said

 Palestine

Mahmoud Abbas Rami Hamdallah

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Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani

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Salman of Saudi Arabia

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Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Hassan Ali Khayre

 Sudan

Omar al-Bashir Bakri Hassan Saleh

 Syria

Bashar al-Assad Imad Khamis

 Tunisia

Beji Caid Essebsi Youssef Chahed

 United Arab Emirates

Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

 Yemen

Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi Ahm

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