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List of prime ministers of Jordan Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_prime_ministers_of_Jordan

This is a list of prime ministers of Jordan since 1921.

List of officeholders[edit]

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political party King
(Reign)
Took office Left office Time in office
Flag of Jordan.svgEmirate of Transjordan (1921–1946) • Coat of arms of Jordan.svg
1 Rashid Tali’a.jpg Rashid Ṭaliʽa
(1877–1926)
11 April 1921 5 August 1921 116 days Independence Party (Jordan) Abdullah
Abdullah I of Jordan portrait.jpg
(1921–1946)
2 Mazhar Raslan portrait.jpg Mazhar Raslan
(1886–1948)
15 August 1921 10 March 1922 207 days Independent
3 Rida pasha alrikabi.jpg Ali Rikabi
(1864–1943)
10 March 1922 1 February 1923 328 days Military
Mazhar Raslan portrait.jpg Mazhar Raslan
(1886–1948)
Acting Prime Minister
1 February 1923 5 September 1923 216 days Independent
4 Hasan Abu Al-Huda portrait.jpg Hasan Abu Al-Huda
(1871–1936)
5 September 1923 3 March 1924 180 days Independent
(3) Rida pasha alrikabi.jpg Ali Rikabi
(1864–1943)
3 March 1924 26 June 1926 2 years, 115 days Military
(4) Hasan Abu Al-Huda portrait.jpg Hasan Abu Al-Huda
(1871–1936)
26 June 1926 22 February 1931 4 years, 241 days Independent
5 Abdullah Siraj portrait.jpg Abdullah Siraj
(1876–1949)
22 February 1931 18 October 1933 2 years, 238 days Independent
6 Ibrahim Hashem portrait.jpg Ibrahim Hashem
(1878–1958)
18 October 1933 28 September 1938 4 years, 345 days Independent
7 Tawfiq Abu Al-Huda portrait.png Tawfik Abu Al-Huda
(1894–1956)
28 September 1938 15 October 1944 6 years, 17 days Independent
8 Samir Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Samir Al-Rifai
(1901–1965)
15 October 1944 19 May 1945 216 days Independent
(6) Ibrahim Hashem portrait.jpg Ibrahim Hashem
(1878–1958)
19 May 1945 25 May 1946 1 year, 6 days Independent
Flag of Jordan.svgHashemite Kingdom of Jordan (1946–present) • Coat of arms of Jordan.svg
(6) Ibrahim Hashem portrait.jpg Ibrahim Hashem
(1878–1958)
25 May 1946 4 February 1947 255 days Independent Abdullah I
Abdullah I of Jordan portrait.jpg
(1946–1951)
(8) Samir Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Samir Al-Rifai
(1901–1965)
4 February 1947 28 December 1947 327 days Independent
(7) Tawfiq Abu Al-Huda portrait.png Tawfik Abu Al-Huda
(1894–1956)
28 December 1947 12 April 1950 2 years, 105 days Independent
9 Said-al-mufti.jpg Sa`id Mufti
(1898–1989)
12 April 1950 4 December 1950 236 days Independent
(8) Samir Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Samir Al-Rifai
(1901–1965)
4 December 1950 25 July 1951 233 days Independent
(7) Tawfiq Abu Al-Huda portrait.png Tawfik Abu Al-Huda
(1894–1956)
25 July 1951 5 May 1953 1 year, 284 days Independent Talal
Talal of Jordan (cropped).jpg
(1951–1952)
10 Fawzi Al-Mulki portrait.jpg Fawzi Mulki
(1910–1962)
5 May 1953 4 May 1954 364 days Independent Hussein
Hussein of Jordan 1997 (cropped).jpg
(1952–1999)
(7) Tawfiq Abu Al-Huda portrait.png Tawfik Abu Al-Huda
(1894–1956)
4 May 1954 30 May 1955 1 year, 26 days Independent
(9) Said-al-mufti.jpg Sa`id Mufti
(1898–1989)
30 May 1955 15 December 1955 199 days Independent
11 Hazza' Majali portrait.png Hazza' Majali
(1917–1960)
15 December 1955 21 December 1955 6 days Independent
Ibrahim Hashem portrait.jpg Ibrahim Hashem
(1878–1958)
Acting Prime Minister
21 December 1955 8 January 1956 18 days Independent
(8) Samir Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Samir Al-Rifai
(1901–1965)
8 January 1956 22 May 1956 135 days Independent
(9) Said-al-mufti.jpg Sa`id Mufti
(1898–1989)
22 May 1956 1 July 1956 40 days Independent
(6) Ibrahim Hashem portrait.jpg Ibrahim Hashem
(1878–1958)
1 July 1956 29 October 1956 120 days Independent
12 Suleiman Nabulsi portrait.jpg Suleiman Nabulsi
(1908–1976)
29 October 1956 13 April 1957 166 days National Socialist Party
13 Hussein Khalidi portrait.png Hussein Khalidi
(1895–1966)
15 April 1957 24 April 1957 9 days Independent
(6) Ibrahim Hashem portrait.jpg Ibrahim Hashem
(1878–1958)
24 April 1957 18 May 1958 1 year, 24 days Independent
(8) Samir Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Samir Al-Rifai
(1901–1965)
18 May 1958 6 May 1959 353 days Independent
(11) Hazza' Majali portrait.png Hazza' Majali
(1917–1960)
6 May 1959 29 August 1960
(assassinated)[1]
1 year, 85 days Independent
14 Bahjat Talhouni.JPG Bahjat Talhouni
(1913–1994)
29 August 1960 28 January 1962 1 year, 152 days Independent
15 Wasfi al-Tal portrait.jpg Wasfi Tal
(1919–1971)
28 January 1962 27 March 1963 1 year, 58 days Independent
(8) Samir Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Samir Al-Rifai
(1901–1965)
27 March 1963 21 April 1963 25 days Independent
16 Hussein ibn Nasser portrait.jpg Hussein ibn Nasser
(1902–1982)
21 April 1963 6 July 1964 1 year, 76 days Independent
(14) Bahjat Talhouni.JPG Bahjat Talhouni
(1913–1994)
6 July 1964 14 February 1965 223 days Independent
(15) Wasfi al-Tal portrait.jpg Wasfi Tal
(1919–1971)
14 February 1965 4 March 1967 2 years, 18 days Independent
(16) Hussein ibn Nasser portrait.jpg Hussein ibn Nasser
(1902–1982)
4 March 1967 23 April 1967 50 days Independent
17 Saad Jumaa portrait.jpg Saad Jumaa
(1916–1979)
23 April 1967 7 October 1967 167 days Independent
(14) Bahjat Talhouni.JPG Bahjat Talhouni
(1913–1994)
7 October 1967 24 March 1969 1 year, 168 days Independent
18 Abdelmunim Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Abdelmunim Rifai
(1917–1985)
24 March 1969 13 August 1969 142 days Independent
(14) Bahjat Talhouni.JPG Bahjat Talhouni
(1913–1994)
13 August 1969 27 June 1970[2] 318 days Independent
(18) Abdelmunim Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Abdelmunim Rifai
(1917–1985)
27 June 1970 16 September 1970 81 days Independent
19 Mohammad Daoud Profile Picture.jpg Mohammad Al-Abbasi
(1914–1972)
16 September 1970[3] 26 September 1970 10 days Military
20 Ahmad Toukan portrait.jpg Ahmad Toukan
(1903–1981)
26 September 1970[4] 28 October 1970 32 days Independent
(15) Wasfi al-Tal portrait.jpg Wasfi Tal
(1919–1971)
28 October 1970[5] 28 November 1971
(assassinated)[6]
1 year, 31 days Independent
21 Ahmad Al-Lawzi portrait.jpg Ahmad Lozi
(1925–2014)
29 November 1971 26 May 1973 1 year, 178 days Independent
22 Zaid Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Zaid Rifai
(born 1936)
26 May 1973[7] 13 July 1976[8] 3 years, 48 days Independent
23 Mudar Badran portrait.jpg Mudar Badran
(born 1934)
13 July 1976 19 December 1979 3 years, 159 days Independent
24 Abdelhamid Sharaf portrait.jpg Abdelhamid Sharaf
(1939–1980)
19 December 1979 3 July 1980
(died in office)[9]
197 days Independent
25 Kassim Al-Rimawi portrait.jpg Kassim Rimawi
(1918–1982)
3 July 1980 28 August 1980 56 days Independent
(23) Mudar Badran portrait.jpg Mudar Badran
(born 1934)
28 August 1980 10 January 1984 3 years, 135 days Independent
26 Ahmad Obeidat portrait.jpg Ahmad Obeidat
(born 1938)
10 January 1984 4 April 1985 1 year, 84 days Independent
(22) Zaid Al-Rifai portrait.jpg Zaid Rifai
(born 1936)
4 April 1985 27 April 1989 4 years, 23 days Independent
27 Zaid ibn Shaker portrait.jpg Zaid ibn Shaker
(1934–2002)
27 April 1989 4 December 1989 221 days Independent
(23) Mudar Badran portrait.jpg Mudar Badran
(born 1934)
4 December 1989 19 June 1991 1 year, 197 days Independent
28 Taher al-Masri portrait.jpg Taher Masri
(born 1942)
19 June 1991 21 November 1991 155 days Independent
(27) Zaid ibn Shaker portrait.jpg Zaid ibn Shaker
(1934–2002)
21 November 1991 29 May 1993 1 year, 189 days Independent
29 Abdelsalam Al-Majali portrait.jpg Abdelsalam Majali
(born 1926)
29 May 1993 7 January 1995 1 year, 223 days Independent
(27) Zaid ibn Shaker portrait.jpg Zaid ibn Shaker
(1934–2002)
7 January 1995 4 February 1996 1 year, 28 days Independent
30 Abdul Karim Al-Kabariti portrait.jpg Abdul Karim Kabariti
(born 1949)
4 February 1996 9 March 1997 1 year, 33 days Independent
(29) Abdelsalam Al-Majali portrait.jpg Abdelsalam Majali
(born 1926)
9 March 1997 20 August 1998 1 year, 164 days Independent
31 Fayez Tarawneh portrait.png Fayez Tarawneh
(1949–2021)
20 August 1998 4 March 1999 196 days Independent
32 Abdelraouf Al-Rawabdeh portrait.jpg Abdelraouf Rawabdeh
(born 1939)
4 March 1999 19 June 2000 1 year, 107 days Independent Abdullah II
King Abdullah II (cropped).jpg
(1999–present)
33 Ali Abu Al-Ragheb portrait.jpg Ali Abu Al-Ragheb
(born 1946)
19 June 2000 25 October 2003 3 years, 128 days Independent
34 Faisal Fayez portrait.png Faisal Al-Fayez
(born 1952)
25 October 2003 6 April 2005 1 year, 163 days Independent
35 Adnan Badran portrait.jpg Adnan Badran
(born 1935)
6 April 2005 27 November 2005 235 days Independent
36 Marouf Bakhit portrait.png Marouf Bakhit
(born 1947)
27 November 2005 25 November 2007 1 year, 363 days Independent
37 Nader Dahabi portrait.png Nader Dahabi
(born 1946)
25 November 2007 14 December 2009 2 years, 19 days Independent
38 Samir Rifai portrait.png Samir Rifai
(born 1966)
14 December 2009 9 February 2011 1 year, 57 days Independent
(36) Marouf Bakhit portrait.png Marouf Bakhit
(born 1947)
9 February 2011 24 October 2011 257 days Independent
39 Awn Khasawneh portrait.png Awn Khasawneh
(born 1950)
24 October 2011 2 May 2012 191 days Independent
(31) Fayez Tarawneh portrait.png Fayez Tarawneh
(1949–2021)
2 May 2012 11 October 2012 162 days Independent
40 Abdullah Ensour portrait.png Abdullah Ensour
(born 1939)
11 October 2012 1 June 2016 3 years, 234 days Independent
41 Hani Mulki 2017.jpg Hani Mulki
(born 1951)
1 June 2016 14 June 2018 2 years, 13 days Independent
42 Omar Razzaz cropped 1.jpeg Omar Razzaz
(born 1961)
14 June 2018 12 October 2020 2 years, 120 days Independent
43 Bisher Al-Khasawneh (cropped).jpg Bisher Al-Khasawneh
(born 1969)
12 October 2020 Incumbent 1 year, 311 days Independent

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Murder in Amman". The New York Times. 31 August 1960. Retrieved 20 March 2022.
  2. ^ "Jordan's Premier Resigns". The New York Times. 27 June 1970. Retrieved 21 March 2022.
  3. ^ "MILITARY IS GIVEN POWER IN JORDAN". The New York Times. 16 September 1970. Retrieved 20 March 2022.
  4. ^ John L. Hess (27 September 1970). "HUSSEIN APPOINTS NEW GOVERNMENT LED BY A CIVILIAN". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 March 2022.
  5. ^ "Hussein Names His Third Cabinet in Six Weeks". The New York Times. 29 October 1970. Retrieved 21 March 2022.
  6. ^ "Assassination in Cairo". The New York Times. 30 November 1971. Retrieved 20 March 2022.
  7. ^ Juan de Onis (27 May 1973). "HUSSEIN ADVISER IS NAMED PREMIER". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 March 2022.
  8. ^ "RIFAI STEPS DOWN AS JORDAN PREMIER". The New York Times. 14 July 1976. Retrieved 21 March 2022.
  9. ^ Christopher S. Wren (4 July 1980). "ABDUL SHARAF DEAD". The New York Times. Retrieved 20 March 2022.