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Ibrahim Mahlab

Ibrahim Mahlab
Prime Minister of Egypt
In office
1 March 2014 – 19 September 2015
Acting : 1 March 2014 – 17 June 2014
President Adly Mansour (Acting)
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Preceded by Hazem Al Beblawi (Acting)
Succeeded by Sherif Ismail
Minister of Housing
In office
16 July 2013 – 1 March 2014
Prime Minister Hazem Al Beblawi (Acting)
Preceded by Tarek Wafik
Succeeded by Mostafa Madbouli
Personal details
Born (1949-04-12) 12 April 1949
Cairo, Egypt
Political party National Democratic Party (Before 2011)
Independent (2011–present)
Alma mater Cairo University

Ibrahim Mahlab (Arabic: إبراهيم محلب‎; born 12 April 1949) was the Prime Minister of Egypt from 1 March 2014[1] until 19 September 2015.[2] Previously he served as Minister of Housing.[3]


Mahlab was a member of the Policies Committee of the National Democratic Party prior to the 2011 Egyptian revolution.[4] Following the 2013 Egyptian coup d'etat, Hazem el-Beblawi was made interim Prime Minister and Mahlab was appointed as Minister of Housing.[3] Following the surprise resignation of el-Beblawi's government, Mahlab was tasked with forming an interim government.[5] He said that his administration would "work together to restore security and safety to Egypt and crush terrorism in all corners of the country." He also vowed to rebuild the economy.[6] The day after being sworn in he said that security is the main issue and called for a halt to protest and strikes.[1]

He was reappointed on 17 June 2014[7] and resigned on 12 September 2015, though the cabinet remained in their posts[8] until a new government was formed.[2]

Personal life

Mahlab is married and speaks English and French.[9]


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Political offices
Preceded by
Hazem Al Beblawi
Prime Minister of Egypt
Succeeded by
Sherif Ismail
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