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Abd Al-Karim Al-Iryani

Abdul Karim Ali Al-Iryani or Al-Eryani (Listeni/ˈæbdʊl kɑːˈrm æl ɪrˈɑːni/; Arabic: عبد الكريم علي يحي محمدعبد ألله الإرياني‎; born 12 October 1934) was the Prime Minister of Yemen from 29 April 1998 to 31 March 2001. Al-Eryani, along with President Ali Abdullah Saleh, is a member of the General People's Congress (GPC).

Career

Before the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen merged with the northern Yemen Arab Republic, Al-Eryani held posts as Minister of Development (1974–1976), Minister of Education (1976–1978), Prime Minister (1980–1983), and Minister of Foreign Affairs (1984–1990) in the northern YAR.[1]

Following unification in 1990, Al-Eryani continued to serve as Minister of Foreign Affairs for the united Republic of Yemen until 1993, when he became Minister of Development briefly before returning to foreign affairs in 1994. Aleryani was appointed Prime Minister after Faraj Said Bin Ghanem abruptly resigned on 29 April 1998. He served in this capacity until 31 March 2001, when he was succeeded by Abdul Qadir Bajamal.

He received a Bachelor's of Science in Agriculture from the University of Georgia in 1962, a Master's of Science in Agriculture from the same institution in 1964, and a Ph.D. in Biochemical Genetics from Yale University in 1968.

Abdul Karim al Eryani is a Member of the Global Leadership Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation set up in 2004 by FW de Klerk to support good governance and reduce conflict around the world.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
Prime Minister of Yemen Arab Republic
1980–1983
Succeeded by
Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
Preceded by
Faraj Said Bin Ghanem
Prime Minister of Yemen
1998–2001
Succeeded by
Abdul Qadir Bajamal


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