|Jordanian Ambassador to Egypt|
|Preceded by||Awni Abd al-Hadi|
|Succeeded by||Baha Toukan|
|Jordanian Ambassador to France|
March 13, 1951 – November 27, 1951
|Preceded by||Hussein Nacer|
|Succeeded by||Vincent Auriol|
|Jordanian Ambassador to the United Kingdom|
November 1951 – 5 May 1953
|Succeeded by||Sulayman al-Nabulsi|
|Prime Minister of Jordan|
5 May 1953 – 2 May 1954
|Preceded by||Tawfik Abu al-Huda|
|Succeeded by||Tawfik Abu al-Huda|
|Died||1962 (aged 51–52)|
|Alma mater||American University of Beirut|
University of Edinburgh
Fawzi El-Mulki (1910–1962) (Arabic: فوزي الملقي) was a Jordanian diplomat and politician. While serving as ambassador to the United Kingdom in the early 1950s, he befriended King Hussein, who was studying there. In 1953 Hussein appointed al-Mulki to be prime minister of Jordan. He was dismissed in 1954 after his liberal policies caused riots throughout the country.
- In 1934 he was employed at the Education Department (now ministry of Education).
- From 1940 to 1947 he was Deputy Food controller, later Economic Adviser to the Government.
- In 1947 he was successively Consul-General in Cairo and Jordan Minister to Egypt and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Jordan.
- During the 1948 Palestine war he was Minister of Defense in the cabinet of Tawfik Abu al-Huda (28 December 1947 - 12 April 1950).
- In 1951 he was Minister in Paris (France).
- From November 1951 to 1953 he was Minister/ambassador in London (Great Britain) while Hussein of Jordan was educated.
- From 5 May 1953 to 2 May 1954 he was Prime Minister of Jordan.
- In a cabinet of 1956 he was Minister of Foreign Affairs and Education.
- The Middle East and North Africa, 1961, p. 492
Tawfik Abu al-Huda
| Prime Minister of Jordan
Tawfik Abu al-Huda
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