International Year Book and Statesmen's Who's Who

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Morgan, Patrick

(93 words)

British, Former Ambassador, British Embassy in El Salvador; born: 1944, Scotland; married: Marlene Collins Beaton, 1966; professional career: Bd. of Trade, 1963; Commonwealth Relations Office, 1964; FCO, 1965; British Embassy, Bonn, 1967; British Embassy, Kuwait, 1969; on loan to the Department of Trade and Industry, 1972; Commercial Attaché, British Embassy, La Paz, 1972; FCO, 1975; 2nd Sec., British Embassy, Washington DC, 1979; 1st Sec., British Embassy, Jakarta 1983; FCO, 1987; Ambassador, Tegucigalpa, Hondu…

Morgan, Rt. Hon. Nicky

(75 words)

MP for Loughborough, House of Commons; education: Oxford Univ.; party: Conservative; political career: MP for Loughborough, May 2010-; PPS, 2010-12; Assist. Gov. Whip, 2012-13; Economic Secretary to the Treasury, 2013-14; Minister for Women, 2014-; Education Secretary, July 2014-July 2016; professional career: Solicitor; committees: Business, Innovation and Skills, 2010; Public Accounts, 2013-14; Treasury, 2017-; office address: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 7224; e-mail: [email protected]; URL: https://www.ni…

Morin, Herve

(51 words)

Leader, Les Centristes; born: 17 August 1961; party: Nouveau Centre; political career: MP, 1998-; Technical Adviser to the Ministry of Defence, 1993; Minister of Defence, Gov. of France, 2007-10; office address: Les Centristes, 22 bis rue des Volontaires, 75015 Paris, France; phone: +30 (0)1 44 39 28 00; URL: http://www.les-centristes.fr/.

Morneau, Hon. Bill

(61 words)

Minister of Finance, Government of Canada; education: Univ. of Western Ontario, Canada; London School of Economics, UK; party: Liberal; political career: MP for Toronto Centre, 2015-; Minister of Finance, 2015-; professional career: Businessman; office address: Finance Canada, l'Esplanade Laurier, 140 O'Connor Street, Ottawa, ON K1A 0G5, Canada; phone: +1 613 996 7861; fax: +1 613 995 5176; URL: http://www.fin.gc.ca.

Morocco

(6,276 words)

Al Mamlaka al MaghribiyahKingdom of Morocco Morocco: Western Sahara.General Profile Capital: Rabat (Population estimate, 2013: 630,000) Head of State:HM Mohammed VI (King) National Flag: Red, charged with a green five-pointed star composed of interlaced trianglesConstitution and Government ConstitutionMorocco is an independent Arab Kingdom. Previously a French and Spanish Protectorate, it gained its independence in March 1956. Tangier lost its status as a free money market and free trade zone in 1960.A Constitutional Council of 78 members was appointed towards the…

Morris, Anne Marie

(54 words)

MP for Newton Abbot, House of Commons; party: Conservative; political career: Councillor, West Sussex County Council, 2005-07; MP for Newton Abbot, May 2010-; professional career: Lawyer; committees: Work and Pensions Cttee., 2012-15; Public Accounts, 2016-17; office address: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 3000; e-mail: [email protected]

Morris, David

(57 words)

MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale, House of Commons; party: Conservative; political career: MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale, May 2010-; committees: Science and Technology Select Cttee., 2010-14; Administration, 2012-14; Political & Constitutional Reform, 2014-15; Public Administration and Constituional Affairs, 2017-; office address: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 3000; e-mail: [email protected]

Morris, Grahame

(70 words)

Member of Parliament, House of Commons; party: Labour; political career: Councillor, Easington District Council, 1987-2003; MP for Easington, May 2010-; PPS, 2010-16; Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Shadow Minister for the Constitutional Convention, June-Oct. 2016; committees: Health Select Cttee., 2010-15; Consolidation Bills (Jt. Cttee.), 2015-17; office address: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 1283; e-mail: [email protected]; URL: http://grahamemorrismp.co.uk/.

Morris, James George

(74 words)

MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, House of Commons; education: BA, Univ. of Birmingham; Postgraduate research, Oxford Univ.; MBA, Cranfield School of Management; party: Conservative; political career: MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis, May 2010-; professional career: Small businessman in computer software; chief executive of think tank; committees: Communities and Local Government, 2010-14; office address: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 8715; e-mail: [email protected]; URL: http://www.jamesmorrismp.com/.

Morris of Aberavon, Rt. Hon. Lord , KG, QC

(188 words)

British, Baron, House of Lords; born: 1931; married: Margaret, 1959; education: Ardwyn, Aberystwyth; Univ. Coll. of Wales; Gonville & Caius Coll., Cambridge; Acad. of Int. Law., The Hague, Netherlands; party: Labour Party; political career: Parly. Sec., Min. of Power, 1964-66; Joint Parly. Sec., Min. of Transport, 1966-68; Minister of Defence (Equipment), 1968-70; Principal Opp. Front Bench Spokesman on Legal Affairs, 1979-81, and 1983-96; Chmn., Joint Enquiry into 'Finances and Management of British Rail', 1966-67; Privy Couns…

Morris of Bolton, Baroness , OBE

(37 words)

Member of House of Lords; political career: mem., House of Lords, 2003-; office address: House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 3107; fax: +44 (0)20 7219 0620.

Morris of Handsworth, Lord

(43 words)

Member, House of Lords; born: 1938; political career: Mem., House of Lords, June 2006-; professional career: Gen. Sec., Transport and General Workers Union, 1992-2003; office address: House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 3000.

Morris of Yardley, Baroness Estelle

(95 words)

British, Member, House of Lords; born: 17 June 1952; party: Labour Party; political career: Opp. Spokesperson for Education, 1995-97; Parly. Under-Sec. of State for Education and Employment, 1997-98; Minister of State, Dept. for Education and Employment, 1998-2001; MP, Birmingham Yardley, 1992-2001, re-elected MP for Birmingham Yardley, 2001-02; Secretary of State for Education and Skills, 2001-02; Minister of State for the Arts, 2002-05; mem., House of Lords, May 2005-; interests: education, training, housing; committees: Social Mobility, 2015-; office address: House of…

Morrison, Hon. Scott

(67 words)

Prime Minister, Government of Australia; education: BSc.; political career: MP for Cook, NSW, 2007-; Shadow Minister for Housing and Development, 2008-09; Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, 2009-13; Shadow Minister for Productivity and Population, 2010-13; Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, 2013-14; Minister for Social Services, 2014-15; Treasurer, 2015-17; Prime Minister, 2018-; office address: Office of the Prime Minister, Langton Crescent, Parkes, ACT 2600, Australia.

Morrison, The Hon. Sara Antoinette Sibell Frances

(206 words)

Trustee Emeritus, World Wide Fund for Nature; born: 9 August 1934, London; languages: French; political career: Wiltshire County Cllr., 1959-1971; professional career: Gen. Electric Co., 1975-98 (Dir., 1980-98); Non-Exec. Dir.: Abbey Nat. Plc., 1979-95; Carlton TV, 1992-; Kleinwort Charter Trust, 1993-2001; Chmn., Nat. Council for Voluntary Organisations (formerly Nat. Council of Social service), 1977-81; Nat. Adv. Council on Employment of Disabled People, 1981-84; County Cllr. then Alderman, Wilts., 1961-71; Chmn.,…

Morris, Warwick

(107 words)

Consultant and retired ambassador; born: 10 August 1948; education: Bishop's Stortford Coll. ; professional career: Entered Diplomatic service, 1969-; Third Sec., Paris, 1972-74; language training, Seoul, Rep. of Korea, 1975-76; Second Sec., Seoul, 1977-79; FCO, 1979-83; First Sec., 1982; First Sec., (Commercial), Mexico City, 1984-87; Head of Chancery, Seoul, 1988-91; Dep. Head, Far Eastern Dept, FCO, 1991-93; Counsellor, 1993, Head, 1994, Perm. Under Sec.'s Dept., FCO; Econ. and Commercial Counsellor, New D…

Morrow, Lord Maurice

(48 words)

Member , House of Lords; born: 1948; party: Democratice Unionist; political career: mem., Fermanagh and South Tyrone, Northern Ireland Assembly-; Minister for Social Development, 2001; Mem., House of Lords, June 2006-; office address: House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW, United Kingdom; phone: +44 (0)20 7219 3000.

Morse, Sir Jeremy

(92 words)

British, Former Chancellor, Bristol University; born: 1928, London, UK; married: , married; education: Winchester; New Coll., Oxford; memberships: Fellow, All Souls Coll., Oxford; professional career: Glyn, Mills & Co., 1953-64, Dir., 1964; Bank of England: Exec. Dir., Home Affairs, 1965-66, Exec. Dir., Overseas Affairs, 1966-72, Dir., 1993-97; Chmn., Deps. of Cttee. on Reform of Int. Monetary System and Related Issues, Cttee. of Twenty, IMF, 1972-74; Lloyds Bank: Dep. Chmn., 1975-77, Chmn., 1977-93; Warden of Winchest…

Morsy, Seymour

(96 words)

Former Prefect, Mayotte; born: 1963; education: Inst. of Political Studies, Aix-en-Provence; National Inst. of Security Studies; political career: Special advisor, Minister of Equipment, Housing, Transport and Space, 1992; Special Adviser, Cab. of the Minister of the Interior and Public Security; Dep. Prefect, Bar-sur-Aube, 1995; Chief of Staff to the Minister of Justice, 1997; Special Advisor, Inspector General of Judicial Services, 2000; Dep. Head, Law, Justice and Urban Policy, Ministry of Justice, 2003; Dep.…

Moscovici, Pierre

(244 words)

French, Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, European Commission; born: 16 September 1957, Paris, France; education: Masters in Econ., 1978; Masters in Political Sciences, 1978; Masters in Advanced Macroeconomy, 1979; Masters in Philosophy, 1980; party: Socialist Group in the European Parliament; political career: General Chmn., Cmn. for the computerisation of local Communities for the Prime Minister, 1985; Sec. Gp. if Experts of the Socialist Party, 1986-88; Technical Advisor, Education and Financial Ques…

Moses, Dennis

(73 words)

Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; education: Univ. of the West Indies, 1972-75; Univ. de Costa Rica, Agriculture, B.Sc., M.Sc.; post-grad Diploma, International Affairs; political career: Senator; Rep., OAS General Secretariat, 2003-14; Minister of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs, 2015-; professional career: career diplomat; CAB International, 1990; office address: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Knowsley Building, 1 Queens Park West, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

Moses, H.E. Marlene

(72 words)

Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of Nauru to the UN in New York; professional career: Nauru missions to Japan and New Zealand; Perm. Rep. to the UN in New York, 2005-; office address: Embassy to the USA and Permanent Mission of the Republic of Nauru to the United Nations, 800 Second Avenue, Suite 400D, New York, NY 10017, USA; phone: +1 212 937 0074; fax: +1 212 937 0079; URL: http://www.un.int/nauru.

Moses, Pastor Tallis Obed Moses

(28 words)

President, Vanuatu; political career: President of Vanuatu, 2017-; professional career: Pastor; Head, Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu; office address: Office of the President, Port-Vila, Vanuatu.

Mosisili, Rt. Hon. Bethuel Pakalitha

(71 words)

Former Prime Minister and Minister of Defence and Public Service, Government of Lesotho; born: 1945; party: Lesotho Congress for Democracy; All Basotho Convention; political career: political activist, imprisoned 1970; MP, 1993-; Minister of Education; Minister of Defence & National Service; Pres., 1995; Prime Minister and Minister of Defence and Public Service, 1998-12; Founder, All Basotho Convention Party, 2006; Prime Minister, 2015-17; professional career: Teacher; Chairperson, SADC, 2006-08.

Mota Soares, Pedro Mota

(61 words)

Member of Parliament, Assembleia da Republica, Portugal; political career: MP; Sec.-Gen., CDS/PP party, 2002-05, Dep. Leader; Minister of Solidarity and Social Security, 2011-15; professional career: Assist. Lecturer, Fac. of Law, Lusofona Humanities and Technologies Univ.; Senior Assoc. lawyer, Nobre Guedes, Mota Soares e Associados; office address: Assembleia da Republica, Palácio de S. Bento, 1249-068 Lisbon, Portugal; URL: http://www.parlamento.pt/.

Mottley, Hon. Mia A.

(77 words)

Prime Minister, Government of Barbados; political career: MP, 1994-; Minister of Education, Youth Affairs and Culture, 1999-2002; Attorney General, Minister of Home Affairs, 2002-06, Also Deputy Prime Minister, 2003-06; Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Affairs and Development, 2006-08; Leader, Barbados Labour Party, 2008-; Prime Minister of Barbados, 2018-; professional career: Lawyer, QC; office address: Barbados Labour Party, Grantley Adams House, 111 Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, Barbados; phone: +1 246 429 1990; URL: http://blp.org.bb.

Mouamba, Clément

(34 words)

Prime Minister, Government of the Republic of Congo; political career: Minister of Finance, 1992-93; Prime Minister, 2016-; office address: Office of the Prime Minister, PO Box 2096, Brazzaville, Republic of Congo; URL: http://www.gouvernementcongo.cg/.

Mounter, Julian

(293 words)

UK NZ, Chairman, Media Consultants and Investments; born: 1944; married: Patricia; education: MA, Univ. of Leicester, UK; Diploma, Journalism; memberships: Guild of Directors and Producers; professional career: Reporter, Cornish Guardian, 1960-62; Reporter, Western Morning News, 1962-64; Chief Reporter, Bristol & West Country News Agency, 1964-65; West Country & Wales Staff Correspondent, The Times, 1966-68; Reporter, Feature Writer, Special Writer, The Times, 1968-71; Reporter, Presenter, Associate Producer, Weekend Wor…

Moussa, Pierre

(43 words)

Former President, CEMAC; born: 1941; political career: Minister of Planning, 1979-91; Minister of Planning, Territorial and Regional Development, and Economic Integration, Government of the Republic of the Congo, 2002-09; Minister of Economy, 2009-2012; professional career: Pres., CEMAC, 2012-18; office address: CEMAC, .

Moynihan, Lord Colin

(587 words)

Member, House of Lords; born: 13 September 1955; parents: Baron Moynihan and June Elizabeth (née Hopkins); married: Gaynor-Louise (née Metcalf), 1992; children: Nicholas Ewan Berkeley (M), George Edward Berkeley (M), India Isabella Sarah (F); education: Monmouth Sch., Univ. Coll. Oxford, BA, Politics, Philosophy, Economics, 1977, MA., 1981; party: Conservative Party; political career: Mem. of House of Lords; Special Advisor to the Rt. Hon. Francis Pym, MP Foreign Sec., 1980-81; PPS to Rt. Hon. Kenneth Clarke MP, Minister for Health and Paymaster…

Mozambique

(6,184 words)

Republic of MozambiqueRepública de MoçambiqueGeneral Profile Capital: Maputo (Population estimate, 2015: 1.5 million) Head of State: Filipe Jacinto Nyusi (President) National Flag: Three equal horizontal bands of green (top), black, edged in white, and yellow with a red isosceles triangle based on the hoist side. Centred in the triangle is a yellow five-pointed star bearing a crossed rifle and hoe in black superimposed on an open white book.Constitution and Government ConstitutionFollowing the Lusaka Agreement between the Portuguese government and the Mozambique L…

Mozena, Dan W

(64 words)

Former Ambassador, US Embassy in Bangladesh; education: Political Science and History, Iowa State Univ.; Public Administration and Political Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA; professional career: career diplomat: postings include New Delhi, Islamabad, Lusaka and Kinshasa; Political/ Economic Counselor, Bangladesh, 1998-2001; Amb. to Angola, 2007-10; Amb. to Bangladesh, 2011-15; office address: Department of State, 2201 C Street NW, Washington DC 20520, USA.

Mpango, Dr Phillip

(54 words)

Minister of Finance, Government of Tanzania; political career: MP, 2015-; Minister of Finance, 2015-; professional career: Head, President's Economic Advisory Unit; Senior Economist for the World Bank; office address: Ministry of Finance, P O Box 9111, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; phone: +255 22 211 1174; fax: +255 22 211 0326; URL: http://www.mof.go.tz.

Mpumalanga

(1,156 words)

South Africa: Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, Kwazulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Northern Cape, North West, Western Cape.General Profile Capital: Mbombela (formerly Nelspruit) (Population estimate, 2010: 221,500)Constitution and Government Executive Council (as at April 2018) Premier: Refilwe Mtsweni MEC for Agriculture, Rural Development, Land and Environmental Affairs: Vusumuzi Shongwe MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liaison: Petrus Ngomana MEC for Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs: Speedy Mashilo MEC for Culture, Sport and Recreation: Th…

Mramor, Dr Dusan

(58 words)

Former Minister of Finance, Government of Slovenia; education: grad., Faculty of Economics, Ljubljana, 1977; master's degree, Fac. of Economics, Belgrade, 1984; Ph.D, Fac. of Economics, Ljubljana, 1990; political career: Minister of Finance; Minister of Finance, Minister of Economic Development and Technology, 2014-16; professional career: Ljubljanska Bank; lecturer, Univ. of Ljubljana, then Assist. Prof. of Finance; Appraiser.

Mswati III, HM King

(45 words)

Sovereign, eSwatini (Swaziland); born: 1968; parents: King Sobhuza II; education: Sherborne School, UK; political career: King of Swaziland, 1986-, In 2018, King Mswati announced he was to change the name of the kingdom to eSwatini; office address: Royal Palace, Mbabane, Eswatini.

Al-Muallem, Waleed

(43 words)

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Government of Syria; born: 1941; political career: Minister of Foreign Affairs, 2006-; professional career: Amb., to the USA, 1990-2000; Amb. to Bucharest, Romania; office address: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Shora, Mhajireen, Damascus, Syria; phone: +963 11 333 1200.

Mubarak, Mohammed Hosny

(301 words)

Egyptian, Former President, Arab Republic of Egypt; born: 4 May 1928, Kafr El-Mousselha, Menufia Governorate, Egypt; education: Grad., Military Academy, 1948; Grad., Air Force Academy, Cairo, 1950; post-graduate course, Frunze Military Academy, 1964-65; political career: Vice-Pres. of Egypt, 1975; Head of Egyptian Deleg. to OAU conferences, Uganda and Mauritius, 1975-76; Dep-Chmn., Nat. Democratic Party, 1979; Sec.-Gen., 1981; Chmn., Nat. Democratic Party, 1982; Pres. of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Oct. 1981-resigned Feb. 2011; …

Mueller, Gerd

(60 words)

Federal Minister of Economic Co-operation and Development, Government of Germany; political career: Sec. of State, Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, 2005-13; Federal Minister of Economic Co-operation and Development, 2013-; office address: Ministry of Economic Co-operation and Development, Europahaus, Stresemannstraße 94, 10963 Berlin, Germany; phone: +49 (0)30 25030; fax: +49 (0)18888 535 3500; e-mail: [email protected]; URL: http://www.bmz.de.

Mugabe, Robert Gabriel

(288 words)

Zimbabwean, Former President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe African National Union; born: 1924; languages: Shona, Ndebele, English; education: Kutama; Fort Hare; Univ. of London; party: Zimbabwe African National Union, 1963-; political career: Chaired the inaugural congress of the Nat. Democratic Party, 1960; Acting Sec.-Gen. and Publicity Sec., ZAPU, 1962; Founder mem., Zimbabwe African Nat. Union (ZANU), 1963; Detained, 1963-64; imprisoned, 1964-74; Re-activated the armed liberation struggle after escaping what was th…

Al-Mughairy, H.E. Lyutha bint Sultan bin

(63 words)

Former Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of Oman to the UN in New York; education: BA, American Univ. in Egypt; Inst. for Development Studies, Sussex Univ., UK; Columbia Univ. Sch. of Journalism, New York, USA; professional career: Amb. and Head of the Dept. of the Sec.-Gen. of Foreign Affairs, 2008-11; Perm. Amb. to the UN in New York, 2011-17.

Muhammad, Sultan (Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra), V

(77 words)

Supreme Head of State, Malaysia; born: 6 October 1969; education: Oakham School, UK; St. Cross College, Oxford, UK; Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies; political career: Tengku Mahkota of Kelantan (Crown Prince), 1985-; Proclaimed Sultan of Kelantan, 2010; Deputy Yan Di Pertuan Agong, 2011-16; Supreme Head of State, Dec. 2016-; professional career: Chancellor, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK); office address: Office of the Supreme Head of State, Istana Negara, 50500 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Muhith, Abul Maal Abdul

(61 words)

Minister of Finance, Government of Bangladesh; education: BA (Hons.) in English Literature, MA, Dhaka Univ. Bangladesh; Oxford Univ., UK; Harvard Univ., USA; party: Bangladesh Awami League; political career: Minister of Finance, 2009-; office address: Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh Secretariat, Bldg 7 (3rd Flr), Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh; phone: +880 2 861 5950; fax: +880 2 861 5581; URL: http://www.mof.gov.bd.

Mujica , Jose

(53 words)

Former President, Government of Uruguay; born: 1935; party: Broad Front; political career: mem., MLN-Tupamaros movement; Political prisoner, 1972-85; freed under political amnesty, 1985; Senator, 1999-2005, 2008; Minister of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries, 2005-08; President of Uruguay, Nov. 2009, took office March 2010-15; Pres. pro. tem., Union of South American Nations, 2014-15.

Mukherjee, Shri Pranab

(39 words)

Former President, Government of India; born: 11 December 1935; party: Indian National Congress (INC); political career: Minister of Defence, 2004-06; Minister of External Affairs, 2006-09; Ministry of Finance, 2009-12; President, July 2012-17; professional career: Teacher; Journalist; Lawyer.

Mularoni, Antonella

(47 words)

Former Secretary of State for Territory, Environment, Agriculture & Telecommunications, Government of San Marino; born: 1961; education: Law Degree; political career: Sec. of State for Foreign and Political Affairs, Telecommunications and Transport, -2013; Captain Regent, 2013-14; Secretary of State for Territory, Environment, Agriculture & Telecommunications, -2017.

Mulcair, Thomas J.

(52 words)

Politician; born: Ottowa, Canada; political career: MP, Quebec National Assembly, 1994-; Minister of the Environment; Leader, New Democrat Party, 2012-17; professional career: Lawyer; office address: New Democratic Party, 1001-75 Albert Street, Suite 802, Ottawa, ON, K1P 5E7, Canada; phone: +1 613 236 3613; fax: +1 613 230 9950; URL: http://www.ndp.ca.

Mulhall, HE Dan

(45 words)

Ambassador, Irish Embassy in the USA; professional career: Amb. to Malaysia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam, 2001-05; Amb. to Germany, 2009-13; Amb. to the UK, 2013-17; Amb. to the USA, 2017-; office address: Embassy of Ireland, 2234 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20008, USA.

Mulki, H.E. Dr Hani

(59 words)

Politician; born: 1951; political career: Minister of Supply, 1997-98; Minister for Industry and Trade, 1989-99; Minister for Energy and Mineral Resources, 1998-99; Minister of Water and Irrigation, 1999-2002; Caretaker Prime Minister, 2016-18; professional career: Exec. Vice Chmn., Higher Council for Science and Technology, 2002-04; Perm. Rep. of Jordan to the Arab League, 2002-04; Amb. to Egypt.

Mulk, Justice (Rtd) Nasirul

(62 words)

Former Chief Justice, Pakistan; political career: Caretaker prime minister, Government of Pakistan, June-Aug. 2018; professional career: Barrister, Inner Temple, London; Sec. Gen., Peshawar High Court Bar Assn., 1981; Advocate General, North-West Frontier Region, 1993; Judge, Peshawar High Court, 1994, Chief Justice, 2004; Judge, Supreme Court, 2005-2007 (emergency rule imposed by President Musharraf); Judge, Supreme Court, 2008; Chief Justice, Pakistan.
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