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|52nd Prime Minister of Jordan|
3 July 1980 – 28 August 1980
|Preceded by||Abdelhamid Sharaf|
|Succeeded by||Mudar Badran|
|Born||11 January 1918|
Beit Rima, British Mandate of Palestine
|Died||29 April 1982 (aged 64)|
Kassim al-Rimawi (Arabic: قاسم الريماوي) ( 11 January 1918 – 29 April 1982) was the 25th Prime Minister of Jordan from 3 July 1980 to 28 August 1980. He was born in Beit Rima under Occupied Enemy Territory Administration
- 28 January 1962 to 13 October 1962 - Minister of Agriculture and Construction.
- 2 December 1962 to 27 March 1963 - Minister of Agriculture.
- 31 July 1965 to 23 December 1966 - Minister of Interior and by urban and rural affairs.
- 22 December 1966 to 4 March 1967 - Minister of Interior and by urban and rural affairs.
- 27 June to 15 September 1970 - Minister of Interior and by urban and rural affairs.
- 19 December 1979 to 3 July 1980 - Minister of Agriculture.
- Doctorate in economics and education from Columbia University in New York in 1956
- Master's degree from the same university in 1954 (he was a professor at this university in 1953 for Management Sciences and Social Affairs)
- Bachelor's degree in sociology from the American University in Cairo in 1952
- Intermediate Certificate in Law from the University of London
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