Abdul Majid Kubar

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Abdul Majid Kabar
عبد المجيد كعبار
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Prime Minister of Libya
In office
26 May 1957 – 17 October 1960
Preceded by Mustafa Ben Halim
Succeeded by Muhammad Osman Said
Foreign Minister of Libya
In office
14 March – 26 May 1957
Prime Minister Mustafa Ben Halim
Preceded by Ali Sahli
Succeeded by Wahbi al-Bouri
In office
11 October 1958 – 16 October 1960
Prime Minister Himself
Preceded by Wahbi al-Bouri
Succeeded by Abdul Qadir Allam
Transport Minister of Libya
In office
26 April 1955 – 26 March 1956
Prime Minister Mustafa Ben Halim
Preceded by Ali Sahli
Succeeded by Salem Lutfi el-Qadi
Personal details
Born 9 May 1909[1]
Ottoman Tripolitania (now Libya)

Abdul Majid Kabar (Arabic: عبد المجيد كعبار‎) (9 May 1909 – 1986), also known as Abdulmegid Coobar, was the Prime minister of Libya from 26 May 1957 to 17 October 1960, and he is from a Circassian origin.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Modern Libya: a study in political development - Majid Khadduri - Google Books. Books.google.ca. Retrieved 2012-01-10.