Numan Gumaa

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Numan Gumaa (Arabic: نعمان جمعة‎‎) (born 1937) is an Egyptian attorney and politician.


Gumaa was elected chairman of the liberal New Wafd Party on 1 September 2000, succeeding Fuad Serageddin.[1] He was nominated by his party for the Egyptian presidential election, 2005[2] and came in third place.


  1. ^ "Sept. 1 - Opposition Party Gets New Leader". APS Diplomat Recorder. 2 September 2000. Retrieved 16 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Egyptian Elections: Spiegel Interview with Egyptian Presidential Candidate Numan Gumaa". Spiegel Online. 5 September 2005.