Faysal al-Shaabi

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Shaabi as Prime Minister in 1969.

Faysal Abd al-Latif al-Shaabi (Arabic: فيصل عبد الطيف الشعبي‎) (1935–2 April 1970[1]) was the Prime Minister of the People's Republic of South Yemen from 6 April 1969 until the political coup that led to Salim Ali Rubai's ascendance to power on 22 June 1969. Al-Shaabi was appointed Prime Minister by President Qahtan Mohammed al-Shaabi.[2]. After being ousted, al-Shaabi was kept under house arrest, but was removed to a detention camp at the end of March 1970. On 3 April 1970, the government radio in Aden broadcast a report that al-Shaabi "was fatally wounded when he tried to escape the detention camp" [3].

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://adenalhadath.net/mobile/news_details.php?sid=10236[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ Bidwell (2012-10-12). Dictionary Of Modern Arab Histor. Routledge. ISBN 9781136162985.
  3. ^ "Ex-Premier Fatally Shot", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 4, 1970, p2
Political offices
Preceded by
none
Prime Minister of South Yemen
1969
Succeeded by
Muhammad Ali Haitham