Mubarak Abdallah al-Shamikh

Cameron, Ann
July 2010
Imbarek Shamekh;2010, p1
A biography of secretary general of the General People's Congress of Libya Mubarak Abdallah al-Shamikh is presented. Born May 15, 1952 in Benghazi, Libya, al-Shamikh attended the University of Central Florida where he studied engineering. Upon returning to Libya he served in the Revolutionary committees under Libyan leader Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi. He served as the country's prime minister from 2000-2003, but was removed when al-Gaddafi reorganized the government in 2003.


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