Hamoud al-Gayifi

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President Abdullah as-Sallal (left) and Prime Minister Hamoud al-Jaifi

Hamoud Al-Jaifi (Arabic: حمود الجائفي‎‎) (born 1918 – died March 22, 1985[citation needed]), was a Prime Minister of the Yemen Arab Republic. He served from 29 April 1964 to 6 January 1965, under President Abdullah as-Sallal.
Literature[edit]

Robin Leonard Bidwell: Dictionary of Modern Arab History, page 209. Routledge, New York 2010

Preceded by
Hassan al-Amri
Prime Minister of Yemen Arab Republic
1964–1965
Succeeded by
Hassan al-Amri

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Prime Ministers of Yemen

North Yemen
(1962-1990)

al-Sallal
Dayfallah
A. R. al-Iryani
al-Amri
al-Gayifi
al-Amri
A. Numan
al-Sallal
al-Amri
al-Sallal
al-Aini
al-Amri
Sabrah*
al-Aini
Kurshumi
al-Aini
Sabrah*
A. Numan
al-Amri
Sabrah*
al-Aini
al-Hagri
Makki
al-Aini
Dayfallah*
Ghani
A. K. Al-Iryani
Ghani

South Yemen
(1969-1990)

al-Shaabi
Haitham
al-Attas
Y. Numan

Republic of Yemen
(1990-)

al-Attas
al-Attar*
Ghani
Bin Ghanem
A. K. Al-Iryani
Bajamal
Mujawar
Basindawa
al-Akwa*
Bahah
Aklan*
bin Daghr
bin Habtour

* acting

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