Kassim Al-Rimawi

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Kassim al-Rimawi
قاسم الريماوي
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Prime Minister of Jordan
In office
3 July 1980 – 28 August 1980
Monarch Hussein
Preceded by Abdelhamid Sharaf
Succeeded by Mudar Badran
Personal details
Born 1918
Beit Rima, British Mandate of Palestine
Died 29 April 1982
Amman, Jordan
Religion Islam

Kassim al-Rimawi (Arabic: قاسم الريماوي‎‎) ( 1918–1982) was prime minister of Jordan from 3 July 1980 to 28 August 1980. He was born in Beit Rima in Palestine.

  • 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.

Education[edit]

  • Holds a 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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Political offices
Preceded by
Abdelhamid Sharaf
Prime Minister of Jordan
1980
Succeeded by
Mudar Badran