Egyptian Economists: Finance Ministers of Egypt, Raghib Pasha, Omar Samra, Youssef Boutros Ghali, Talaat Harb, Mohie El Din El Ghareeb Books LLC

ISBN: 9781157823667

Published: June 9th 2010

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34 pages


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Egyptian Economists: Finance Ministers of Egypt, Raghib Pasha, Omar Samra, Youssef Boutros Ghali, Talaat Harb, Mohie El Din El Ghareeb  by  Books LLC

Egyptian Economists: Finance Ministers of Egypt, Raghib Pasha, Omar Samra, Youssef Boutros Ghali, Talaat Harb, Mohie El Din El Ghareeb by Books LLC
June 9th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 34 pages | ISBN: 9781157823667 | 4.55 Mb

Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Finance Ministers of Egypt, Raghib Pasha, Omar Samra, YoussefMorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Finance Ministers of Egypt, Raghib Pasha, Omar Samra, Youssef Boutros Ghali, Talaat Harb, Mohie El Din El Ghareeb, List of Ministers of Finance of Egypt, Ahmad El Najjar.

Excerpt: Ismail ibn Ahmad ibn Hassan bani Yani (Arabic: ), known simply as Ismail Ragheb Pasha (Arabic: ) (1819 1884), was a Greek Ottoman politician who served as Prime Minister of Egypt and held several other high-ranking government positions. Ismail Ragheb was of Greek ancestry and was born in Greece on 18 August 1819 on either the island of Chios following the great Massacre or Candia Crete.

After being kidnapped to Anatolia he was brought to Egypt as a slave by Ibrahim Pasha in 1830 and converted to Islam. Immediately following his arrival, he studied at al-Maktab al-Amiri and obtained his advanced degree in 1834. He was fluent in Greek and was elevated to the rank of First Lieutenant by Egypts viceroy Muhammad Ali Pasha. In 1836, he became head of the Accounting and Revenue Agencies. He was promoted to the rank of bikbashi (Lieutenant Colonel) in 1840, then kaymakam (Colonel) in 1844, and finally amiralay (Brigadier General) in 1846.

He held the positions of Minister of Finance (1858 1860), then Minister of War (1860 1861). He became Inspector for the Maritime Provinces in 1862, and later Assistant (Arabic: ) to viceroy Ismail Pasha (1863 1865). He was granted the title of beylerbey and then appointed President of the Privy council in 1868. He was appointed President of the Chamber of Deputies (1866 1867), then Minister of Interior in 1867, then Minister of Agriculture and Trade in 1875. He again held the Finance portfolio in Muhammad Sharif Pashas first government (1879). After the fall of Mahmoud Sami el-Baroudis government, Ismail Ragheb became Prime Minist...

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