List of Speakers of the House of Representatives (Egypt)

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives of Egypt is the presiding officer of that body. From the creation of the Shura Council in 1980 until its abolition in 2014, the House of Representatives was the lower house of the Parliament of Egypt.

List[edit]

Portrait Name Entered office Left office Party
1 Boghdadi, 1958.jpg Abdel Latif Boghdadi 22 July 1957 4 July 1958[1] Military / Liberation Rally
Vacant (4 July 1958–21 July 1960)
2 Anwar Sadat cropped.jpg Anwar Sadat 21 July 1960 27 September 1961 National Union
Vacant (27 September 1961–26 March 1964)
(2) Anwar Sadat cropped.jpg Anwar Sadat 26 March 1964 12 November 1968 Arab Socialist Union
Vacant (12 November 1968–20 January 1969)
3 No image.png Dr. Mohamed Labib Skokeir 20 January 1969 14 May 1971 Arab Socialist Union
4 No image.png Hafiz Badawi 14 May 1971 22 October 1974 Arab Socialist Union
5 No image.png Sayed Marey 22 October 1974 2 October 1978 Arab Socialist Union
(5) 2 October 1978 3 November 1978 National Democratic Party
6 Sufi Abu Taleb.gif Sufi Abu Taleb 3 November 1978 4 November 1983 National Democratic Party
7 No image.png Mohamed Kamel Leilah 4 November 1983 22 June 1984 National Democratic Party
8 No image.png Rifaat el-Mahgoub 22 June 1984 12 October 1990[2] National Democratic Party
Vacant (12 October 1990–13 December 1990)
9 Vladimir Putin in Egypt 26-27 April 2005-14.jpg Ahmad Fathi Sorour 13 December 1990 13 February 2011[3] National Democratic Party
Vacant (13 February 2011–23 January 2012)
10 No image.png Saad El-Katatni 23 January 2012 22 September 2012[4] Freedom and Justice Party
Vacant (22 September 2012–Present)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Resigned
  2. ^ Assassinated
  3. ^ Deposed in the Egyptian Revolution of 2011
  4. ^ Dissolved under court ruling

Sources[edit]

  • Official website of the People's Assembly of Egypt