Muhammad az-Zaruq Rajab

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Muhammad az-Zaruq Rajab
محمد الزروق رجب
Prime Minister of Libya
In office
16 February 1984 – 3 March 1986
Preceded byJadallah Azzuz at-Talhi
Succeeded byJadallah Azzuz at-Talhi
Secretary-General of the General People's Congress
In office
7 January 1981 – 15 February 1984
Preceded byAbdul Ati al-Obeidi
Succeeded byMifta al-Usta Umar
Governor of the Central Bank of Libya
In office
4 January 1987 – 6 October 1990
Preceded byRajab El Msallati
Succeeded byAbd-al-Hafid Mahmud al-Zulaytini
In office
2 April – August 2011
Preceded byAbd-al-Hafid Mahmud al-Zulaytini (acting)
Succeeded byKassem Azzuz
Personal details
Born1940 (age 78–79)
Libya

Muhammad az-Zaruq Rajab (Arabic: محمد الزروق رجب‎) (born 1940) was a former Head of State and General Secretary of the People's Committee (Prime Minister) in Libya.[1]

Radschab was General Secretary of the General People's Congress from January 7, 1981 to February 15, 1984, de jure chief of the Libyan state. From 16 February 1984 to 3 March 1986 he was still Prime Minister of Libya. Previously, he was since 1976 Minister of Finance of the country.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rulers of Libya". Jewish Virtual Library. Retrieved 11 November 2010.