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Prime Minister of North Yemen

Prime Minister of the
Yemen Arab Republic
Former political post
Coat of arms of North Yemen
Successor Prime Minister of Yemen
First officeholder Abdullah as-Sallal
Last officeholder Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
Appointer President of Yemen Arab Republic
Office began 28 September 1962
Office ended 22 May 1990

The Prime Minister of the Yemen Arab Republic was the head of government of that country in what is now northern Yemen. The Prime Minister was appointed by the President. There were 24 Prime Ministers of North Yemen.

List of Prime Ministers of the Yemen Arab Republic (1962–1990)

Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term start Term end Political Party
1 Abdullah as-Sallal
عبد الله السلال

(1917–1994)[1]

28 September 1962 26 April 1963 Military
2 Abdul Latif Dayfallah
عبد اللطيف ضيف الله

(b. 1930)

26 April 1963 5 October 1963 Military
3 80px Abdul Rahman al-Iryani
عبد الرحمن الإرياني

(1908–1998)

5 October 1963 10 February 1964 Non-party
4 Hassan al-Amri
حسن العمري

(1920–1989)

10 February 1964 29 April 1964 Military
5 Hamoud al-Gayifi
حمود الجائفي

(1918–1985)

29 April 1964 6 January 1965 Non-party
6 Hassan al-Amri
حسن العمري

(1920–1989)

6 January 1965 20 April 1965 Military
7 Ahmad Muhammad Numan
أحمد محمد نعمان

(1909–1996)

20 April 1965 6 July 1965 Non-party
8 Abdullah as-Sallal
عبد الله السلال

(1917–1994)[1]

6 July 1965 21 July 1965 Military
9 Hassan al-Amri
حسن العمري

(1920–1989)

21 July 1965 18 September 1966 Military
10 Abdullah as-Sallal
عبد الله السلال

(1917–1994)[1]

18 September 1966 5 November 1967[2] Military
11 Mohsin Ahmad al-Aini
محسن أحمد العيني

(b. 1932)

5 November 1967 21 December 1967 Non-party
12 Hassan al-Amri
حسن العمري

(1920–1989)

21 December 1967 9 July 1969 Military
Abdul Salam Sabrah
عبد السلام صبره

(b. ?)
(Acting)

9 July 1969 29 July 1969 Non-party
13 Mohsin Ahmad al-Aini
محسن أحمد العيني

(b. 1932)

29 July 1969 2 September 1969 Non-party
14 Abdullah Kurshumi
عبد الله كرشمي

(1932–2007)

2 September 1969 5 February 1970 Non-party
15 Mohsin Ahmad al-Aini
محسن أحمد العيني

(b. 1932)

5 February 1970 26 February 1971 Non-party
Abdul Salam Sabrah
عبد السلام صبره

(b. ?)
(Acting)

26 February 1971 3 May 1971 Non-party
16 Ahmad Muhammad Numan
أحمد محمد نعمان

(1909–1996)

3 May 1971 24 August 1971 Non-party
17 Hassan al-Amri
حسن العمري

(1920–1989)

24 August 1971 5 September 1971 Military
Abdul Salam Sabrah
عبد السلام صبره

(b. ?)
(Acting)

5 September 1971 18 September 1971 Non-party
18 Mohsin Ahmad al-Aini
محسن أحمد العيني

(b. 1932)

18 September 1971 30 December 1972 Non-party
19 Kadhi Abdullah al-Hagri
القاضي عبدالله الحجري

(1911–1977)

30 December 1972 10 February 1974 Non-party
20 Hassan Muhammad Makki
حسن محمد مكي

(b. 1933)

10 February 1974 22 June 1974 Non-party
21 Mohsin Ahmad al-Aini
محسن أحمد العيني

(b. 1932)

22 June 1974 16 January 1975 Non-party
Abdul Latif Dayfallah
عبد اللطيف ضيف الله

(b. 1930)
(Acting)

16 January 1975 25 January 1975 Military
22 Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
عبد العزيز عبد الغني

(1939–2011)

25 January 1975 15 October 1980 Non-party
23 Abd Al-Karim Al-Iryani
عبد الكريم علي يحي محمدعبد ألله الإرياني

(b. 1934)

15 October 1980 24 August 1982 Non-party
(23) 24 August 1982 13 November 1983 General People's
Congress
24 Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
عبد العزيز عبد الغني

(1939–2011)

13 November 1983 22 May 1990 General People's
Congress

For prime ministers of Yemen after 1990, see Prime Minister of Yemen.

Footnotes

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - North Yemen


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