Muhammad Ali al-Halabi

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Muhammad Ali al-Halabi
محمد علي الحلبي
Prime Minister of Syria
In office
27 March 1978 – 9 January 1980
President Hafez al-Assad
Preceded by Abdul Rahman Khleifawi
Succeeded by Abdul Rauf al-Kasm
Speaker of the People's Council
In office
27 June 1973 – 9 March 1978
Preceded by Fahmi al-Yusufi
Succeeded by Mahmoud Hadid
Member of the Regional Command of the Syrian Regional Branch
In office
13 November 1970 – 7 January 1980
Personal details
Born 1937 (age 79–80)
Damascus, Syria
Died 19 September 2016
Damascus, Syria
Political party Syrian Regional Branch of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party
Other political
affiliations
National Progressive Front
Spouse(s) Lamis Mourad

Muhammad Ali al-Halabi (Arabic: محمد علي الحلبي) (German: Mohammad Ali al-Halabi ) is a Syrian politician.

After finishing his training at the National Teacher Training Institute, Muhammed studied Philosophy at the University of Damascus. In 1955 he became a teacher on the Golan and from 1959 to 1964 he was employed as a teacher in Kuwait. From 9 June 1973 to 27 March 1978 he was chairman and spokesman for the National Council.

He served as Prime Minister of Syria from March 27, 1978 to January 9, 1980 under the presidency of Hafez al-Assad.

In 1980, Hafiz al-Assad and Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev made a cooperation agreement; during the period of office of Mohammed Ali al-Halabial's as ambassador in Moscow from 1982 to 1990 at the Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic in Moscow installed the Soviet Union in al-Dumayr and Shinschar with S-75 a defense for the Syrian airspace. This was optimized after Operation Orchard[1]

Political offices
Preceded by

Fahmi al-Yusufi

Speaker of Parliament of Syria1973–1978  Succeeded by

Mahmoud Hadid

Preceded by

Abdul Rahman Khleifawi

Prime Minister of Syria1978–1980  Succeeded by

Abdul Rauf al-Kasm

References[edit]

  1. ^ California Institute of International Studies, World Affairs Report

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