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|33rd Prime Minister of Iraq
12th Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq
23 March 1991 – 13 September 1991
|Preceded by||Saddam Hussein|
|Succeeded by||Mohammed Hamza Zubeidi|
|Member of the Regional Command of the Iraqi Regional Branch|
1994 – May 2001
June 1982 – September 1991
2 February 1962 – 25 September 1963
|Born||22 June 1930
|Died||14 March 2007 (aged 76)
|Political party||Iraqi Regional Branch of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party|
|Alma mater||University of Damascus|
Sa'dun Hammadi (22 June 1930 – 14 March 2007; Arabic: سعدون حمادي) was briefly Prime Minister of Iraq under President Saddam Hussein from March until September 1991. He succeeded Hussein, who had previously been prime minister in addition to being president, but was forced out due to his reformist views.
Hammadi previously served a stint as Iraqi Oil Minister and was the Foreign Minister from 1974 until 1983. He also served as the Speaker of the National Assembly of Iraq from 1983 until 1990 and from 1996 until the Fall of Baghdad in 2003.
Hammadi was later imprisoned at a prison camp in Iraq. In February 2004, after nine months in the custody of the Americans, he was released and subsequently resettled in Qatar while seeking medical treatment abroad.
|Prime Minister of Iraq
Mohammed Hamza Zubeidi
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