Semiz Ali Pasha
Semiz Ali Pasha was an Ottoman statesman and served as Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 1561 to 1565. He was previously the beylerbey (governor) of Egypt Eyalet from 1549 to 1554. Semiz Ali Pasha was born in Bosnia, and replaced Rüstem Pasha as a Grand Vizier. After palace schooling, he discharged high-level functions along the Ottoman Empire.
His epithet "Semiz" means "fat" in Turkish.
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Lala Kara Mustafa Pasha
as acting Governor
|Ottoman Governor of Egypt
Dukakinzade Mehmed Pasha
|Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
10 July 1561 – 28 June 1565
Sokollu Mehmed Pasha
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