Amr Moussa Fast Facts

Here’s a look at the life of Amr Moussa, Egyptian diplomat, ambassador and former minister of foreign affairs.

Personale

Data di nascita: ottobre 3, 1936
Luogo di nascita: Cairo, Egitto
    Padre: Muhammad Moussa
    Matrimonio: Laila (Badawy) Moussa (1968-presente)
    Bambini: Hazem Moussa; Hania Moussa
    Formazione scolastica: Cairo University, L.L.B., 1957

    Sequenza temporale

    1958-1972 – Works in several different governmental departments including Egypt’s missions to the Nazioni unite.
    1974-1977 – Assistant to the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs.
    1977-1981 – Director of the Department of International Organizations in Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    1981-1983 – Alternate Egyptian representative to the UN.
    1983-1986 – Egyptian Ambassador to India.
    1986-1990 – Director of the Department of International Organizations in Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    1990-1991 – Permanent representative of Egypt to the UN.
    1991-2001 – Egyptian Minister for Foreign Affairs.
    2001-2011 – Sixth Secretary General of the League of Arab States.
    giugno 13, 2010 – Moussa meets with Hamas leader Ismail Haniya in Gaza, the first senior Arab leader to visit Gaza since 2006.
    febbraio 4, 2011 – Moussa participates in demonstrations in Cairo seeking to oust Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. On a French radio station, he hints at presidential aspirations, “I am available to my country. I am ready to serve as a citizen who is entitled to be a candidate.
    febbraio 27, 2011 – Announces that he will run for president.
    Maggio 23-24, 2012 – Loses the presidential election as the majority of votes for president are cast for Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy and former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik, forcing a runoff election between the two in June.
    giugno 24, 2012 – Egypt’s national elections commission announces that Morsy has defeated former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq in presidential run-off elections with 51.7% del voto. Moussa asks the presidentto head an emergency government of technocratsfor six to 12 mesi, according to state-run news agency MENA.
    dicembre 2012 – CNN reports on the recent formation of the National Salvation Front, a coalition of several liberal parties and prominent political figures including Moussa, Hamdeen Sabbahi, Mohamed ElBaradei and Usama Ghazali Harb.
      marzo 2013 – US Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Moussa and others in Egypt while on his first overseas trip since becoming secretary.
      settembre 2017 – Volume one of Moussa’s memoirs, intitolato “Ketabiyah” (“My Testimony”), è pubblicato.

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