|4t Preses o Egyp|
14 October 1981 – 11 Februar 2011
|Vice Preses||Omar Suleiman[a] (2011)|
|Preceded by||Sufi Abu Taleb (Acting)|
|Succeeded by||Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (acting)
Mohamed Morsi 
|Prime Meenister o Egyp|
7 October 1981 – 2 Januar 1982
|Preceded by||Anwar Sadat|
|Succeeded by||Ahmad Fuad Mohieddin|
|Vice Preses o Egyp|
16 Aprile 1975 – 14 October 1981
|Preceded by||Hussein el-Shafei|
|Succeeded by||Omar Suleiman[a]|
|Secretar General o the Non-Aligned Movement|
16 Julie 2009 – 11 Februar 2011
|Preceded by||Raúl Castro|
|Succeeded by||Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (Actin)|
|Commander o the Air Force|
23 Aprile 1972 – 16 Aprile 1975
|Preceded by||Ali Mustafa Baghdady|
|Succeeded by||Mahmoud Shaker|
|Director o the Egyptian Air Academy|
|Preceded by||Yahia Saleh Al-Aidaros|
|Succeeded by||Mahmoud Shaker|
|Born||Muhammad Hosni El Sayed Mubarak
4 Mey 1928
Kafr-El Meselha, Egyp
|Poleetical pairty||Naitional Democratic Pairty (1978-2011)|
|Spoose(s)||Suzanne Thabet (1959–present)|
|Service/branch||Egyptian Air Force|
|Years o service||1950–1975|
|Rank||Air Chief Marshal[c]|
|Commands||Cairo West Air Base
Beni Suef Air Base
Egyptian Air Academy
Egyptian Air Force
|a. ^ Affice vacant frae 14 October 1981 tae 29 Januar 2011
b. ^ as Chairman o the Supreme Cooncil o the Airmed Forces
c.^ c. militar rank widrawn efter trial
Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak (Arabic: محمد حسني سيد مبارك, Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [mæˈħæmːæd ˈħosni ˈsæjːed moˈbɑːɾˤɑk], Muḥammad Ḥusnī Sayyid Mubārak; born 4 Mey 1928) wis the fowert Preses o Egyp frae 7 October 1981 tae 11 Februar 2011.
Mubarak wis appointit Vice Preses o Egyp in 1975, an assumed the presidency on 14 October 1981, follaein the assassination o Preses Anwar Sadat. The length o his presidency makkit him Egyp's langest-servin ruler syne Muhammad Ali Pasha. Afore he entered politics, Mubarak wis a career officer in the Egyptian Air Force, servin as its commander frae 1972 tae 1975 an risin tae the rank o air chief marshal.
Mubarak wis oostit efter 18 days o demonstrations durin the 2011 Egyptian revolution. On 11 Februar, Vice Preses Omar Suleiman annoonced that Mubarak haed resigned as preses an transferred authority til the Supreme Cooncil o the Airmed Forces. On that day Mubarak an his faimlie left the presidential palace in Cairo an muivit tae Sharm el-Sheikh, Egyp.
Poleetical an militar posts[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Chairman o the Nan-aligned Muivement
- Re-electit for a fift term o office (2005)
- Chairman o the G-15 (1998 & 2002)
- Re-electit for a fowert term o office (1999)
- Chairman o the Arab Summit syne Juin (1996)
- Chairman o the OAU (1993–94)
- Re-electit for a third term o office (1993)
- Chairman o the OAU (1989–90)
- Re-electit for a seicont term o office (1987)
- Preses o the Naitional Democratic Pairty (1982)
- Preses o the Republic (1981)
- Vice-Preses o the Naitional Democratic Pairty (NDP) (1979)
- Vice-Preses o the Arab Republic o Egyp (1975)
- Promotit tae the rank o Lieutenant General / Air Marshal (1974)
- Commander o the Air Force an Deputy Meenister o Defence (1972)
- Chief o Staff o the Air Force (1969)
- Director o the Air Force Academy (1968)
- Commander o Cairo Wast Air Base (1964)
- Jyned Frunze Militar Academy, USSR (1964)
- Lecturer in Air Force Academy (1952–59)
Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Conal Urquhart and agencies (30 June 2012). "Mohamed Morsi sworn in as Egyptian president". The Guardian. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
- Samer al-Atrush (1 July 2012). "Morsi sworn in as Egypt president". Herald Sun. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
- Yasmine Saleh and Shaimaa Fayed (24 June 2012). "Islamist Morsy wins Egyptian presidency with 52 pct". Reuters Africa. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
- "Profile: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak". Xinhua News Agency. 10 February 2010. Retrieved 11 February 2011.
- Slackman, Michael (8 March 2010). "Hosni Mubarak". The New York Times. Retrieved 25 January 2011.
- Kirkpatrick, David D. (28 January 2011). "Egypt Calls In Army as Protesters Rage". New York Times. Retrieved 28 January 2011.
- Kirkpatrick, David D.; Shadid, Anthony; Cowell, Alan (11 February 2011). "Mubarak Steps Down, Ceding Power to Military". New York Times. Retrieved 11 February 2011.
- "Egypt crisis: President Hosni Mubarak resigns as leader". BBC. 11 February 2010. Retrieved 11 February 2011.
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