Amin al-Hafez (Lebanon)

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This article is about the Lebanese politician and Prime Minister. For similarly named Syrian politician, see Amin al-Hafiz.
Amin al-Hafez
أمين الحافظ
Prime Minister of Lebanon
In office
April 25, 1973 – June 21, 1973
President Suleiman Frangieh
Preceded by Saeb Salam
Succeeded by Takieddin el-Solh
Personal details
Born 1926?
Tripoli, Lebanon[citation needed]
Died July 13, 2009
Beirut, Lebanon
Religion Islam

Amin al-Hafez (Arabic: أمين الحافظ‎),(28 January 1926[citation needed] - 13 July 2009) was the Prime Minister of Lebanon from 25 April 1973 to 21 June 1973. He was also a long-running Member of Parliament for Tripoli in the Lebanese Parliament until 1996.

Amin el-Hafez served a turbulent two-month term as Prime Minister of Lebanon after appointment by then Lebanese President Suleiman Franjieh and opposition of the Sunni leaders who refused to recognize his appointment.[1] He resigned after just 2 months of serving, but continued representing his constituency of Tripoli in the Parliament.

He died aged 83 after a long-running battle with an undisclosed chronic illness.

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