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Muhammad Ali Pasha to Mohamed Morsi: Egypt's modern rulers

Brotherhood man Mohamed Morsi is declared Egypt's 16th head of state in the modern era; Ahram Online provides a rundown of who came before

Ahram Online, Sunday 24 Jun 2012
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On the day Egyptians finally hear the identity of their next president, here's a recap of the 15 men who ruled the country since Muhammed Ali Pasha laid the groundwork for modern Egypt in the early 19th century.

 

1.      Muhammad Ali Pasha      (1805 – 1848)

1.      Muhammad Ali Pasha
1. Muhammad Ali Pasha

2.      Ibrahim Pasha                   (1848 – 848)

Ibrahim Pasha
Ibrahim Pasha

3.      Abbas Helmy I                   (1848 – 1854)

Abbas Helmy I
Abbas Helmy I

4.      Saeed Pasha                      (1854 – 1863)

Saeed Pasha
Saeed Pasha

5.      Ismaeel Pasha                   (1863 – 1879)

Ismaeel Pasha
Ismaeel Pasha

6.      Tawfiq Pasha                     (1879 – 1892)

Tawfiq Pasha
Tawfiq Pasha

7.      Abbas Helmy II                  (1892 – 1914)

Abbas Helmy II
Abbas Helmy II

8.      Hussein Kamel                   (1914 – 1917)

Hussein Kamel
Hussein Kamel

9.      Fuad I                                  (1917 – 1936)

Fuad I
Fuad I

10.   Farouk I                                (1936 – 1952)

Farouk I

11.   Fuad II                                   (1952 – 1953)

Fuad II
Fuad II
 

 

(End of Monarchy)

12.   Mohamed Naguib            (1953 – 1954)

Mohamed Naguib
Mohamed Naguib

13.   Gamal Abdel-Nasser         (1954 – 1970)

Gamal Abdel Nasser
Gamal Abdel Nasser

14.   Anwar El-Sadat                 (1970 – 1981)

Anwar El-Sadat
Anwar El-Sadat

15.   Hosni Mubarak                  (1981 – 2011)

Hosni Mubarak
Hosni Mubarak

16.  Mohamed Morsi                  (2012 –        )

Mohamed Morsi
Mohamed Morsi

 

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Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim
25-06-2012 11:06am
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Builders of modern Egypt
Compared with his illustrious predecessors what is the contribution of Mursi and his party to the development of modern Egypt. A big unaccountable zero.
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Yossi Amitay
24-06-2012 07:40pm
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King Fouad I
I'd like to correct an error that occured in the period of King Fouad I's rule in Egypt, as mentioned in the table above. It is mentioned that he ruled between 1917 and 1922, whereas, in fact, the period of his rule extended until 1936. After his decease in that year, his son Farouk was sworn in as King of Egypt, ruling it for the next 16 years..
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Dr. A
24-06-2012 05:04pm
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Fix Mistakes
you need to fix the displaced pictures ASAP
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