Ahmed Fuad Mohieddin (also Ahmad Fuad Muhi ad-Din ; Arabic أحمد فؤاد محيي الدين; * February 16, 1926 ; † June 5, 1984 in Cairo ) was Prime Minister of Egypt from January 2, 1982 until his death on June 5, 1984 . He belonged to the National Democratic Party .
Between 1968 and 1973 Fuad Mohieddin was governor in the governorates of Sharkia , Alexandria and Giza . He then joined the Egyptian state government as Minister for Local Administration; In 1974 he became Minister of Health. He was also a member of the Egyptian parliament, where he was chairman of the foreign affairs committee. In 1978 he was appointed deputy prime minister by President Anwar al-Sadat , before taking over the post of prime minister in 1982, previously held by his cousin Zakaria Mohieddin .
Shortly after his party achieved great success in the 1984 general election, he died of a heart attack at the desk in his study.
- Fuad Mohieddin , in: Internationales Biographisches Archiv 39/1984 of September 17, 1984, in the Munzinger archive ( beginning of article freely accessible)
- Robin Leonard Bidwell : Dictionary Of Modern Arab History . Routledge, 2010 ( full text in Google Book Search).
- قصة رئيس وزراء عارض ثورة يوليو رغم انتماء عائلته لها .. وتوفي في مكتبه بأزمة قلبية .. نوستالجيا . 16th February 2019.
- بوابة فيتو - فؤاد محيي الدين .. أول طبيب رئيساً للوزراء . February 16, 2020.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Muhi ad-Din, Ahmad Fuad; Muḥyi-'d-Dīn, Fu'ād|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Egyptian Prime Minister|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 16, 1926|
|DATE OF DEATH||5th June 1984|
|Place of death||Cairo|