Latifur Rahman

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Latifur Rahman
লতিফুর রহমান
Prime Minister of Bangladesh
Acting
In office
15 July 2001 – 10 October 2001
President Shahabuddin Ahmed
Preceded by Hasina Wazed
Succeeded by Khaleda Zia
Chief Justice of Bangladesh
In office
1 January 2000 – 28 February 2001
Preceded by Mustafa Kamal
Succeeded by Mahmudul Amin Choudhury
Personal details
Born (1936-03-01) 1 March 1936 (age 81)
Jessore District, Bengal Presidency, British India
Political party Independent

Latifur Rahman (born 1 March 1936) is a former Chief Justice and Chief Adviser of Bangladesh.[1] He was born in Jessore on 1 March 1936. In 1979, he became the Justice as temporary basis in the High Court Division in Bangladesh. In 1981, he became the permanent Justice in the same court division. On 15 January 1991, he became the Justice of Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He became the Chief Justice on 1 January 2000. He took retirement on 28 February 2001. He was the chief adviser of the 2001 (15 July 2001 to 10 October 2001) caretaker government which oversaw the eighth parliamentary election in Bangladesh.

Publication[edit]

  • "Tattabadhayak Sarkarer Dinguli O Amar Katha (The Days of the Caretaker Government and My Account)" (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Latifur Rahman". myhwsolution.com. Retrieved 9 November 2010. 

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Legal offices
Preceded by
Mustafa Kamal
Chief Justice of Bangladesh
2000-2001
Succeeded by
Mahmudul Amin Choudhury
Political offices
Preceded by
Hasina Wazed
Prime Minister of Bangladesh
Acting

2001
Succeeded by
Khaleda Zia
Preceded by
Abdus Samad Azad
Minister of Foreign Affairs
2001
Succeeded by
Badruddoza Chowdhury