Mamnoon Hussain

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Mamnoon Hussain
ممنون حسین
Mamnoon Hussain
Mamnoon Hussain 2014.jpg
Mamnoon Hussain, 2014
12th President of Pakistan
In office
9 September 2013 – 9 September 2018
Prime MinisterNawaz Sharif
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
Imran Khan
Preceded byAsif Ali Zardari
Succeeded byArif Alvi
Governor of Sindh
In office
19 June 1999 – 12 October 1999
PresidentRafiq Tarar
Prime MinisterNawaz Sharif
Preceded byMoinuddin Haider
Succeeded byAM Azim Daudpota
Personal details
Born
Mamnoon Hussain

(1940-12-23)23 December 1940
Agra, United Provinces, British Raj
(now in Uttar Pradesh, India)
Died14 July 2021(2021-07-14) (aged 80)
Karachi, Pakistan
Citizenship Pakistan
NationalityPakistani
Political partyPakistan Muslim League (N)
ResidenceAiwan-e-Sadr
Alma materKarachi University
(BComm)
Institute of Business Administration
(MBA)
WebsiteGovernment website

Mamnoon Hussain (Urdu: ممنون حسین‎ ; 23 December 1940 – 14 July 2021) was a Pakistani businessman, nationalist conservative,[1] and politician.[2][3] He served as the President of Pakistan from 9 September 2013 to 9 September 2018.[4]

Hussain briefly served as Governor of Sindh in 1999. His term as governor was cut short by the military coup d'état staged in 1999. After the PML(N) secured majority in general elections held in 2013, Hussain was nominated and elected as President of Pakistan on 30 July 2013.[5] He won the election in a landslide victory winning 432 votes to his rival Wajihuddin Ahmed's 77 votes.

In February 2020, Hussain was diagnosed with cancer. He died from the disease on 14 July 2021 at a hospital in Karachi, aged 80.[6]

References[change | change source]

  1. Toor, Liaquat (9 December 2013). "Nation united against vices". Special report by Liaquat Toor. Pakistan Observer, 2013. Pakistan Observer. Archived from the original on 19 January 2015. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
  2. "Dunya News: Pakistan:-Profile of presidential candidate Mamnoon Hussain..."
  3. Presidential elections: PML-N picks Mamnoon Hussain for top job. The Express Tribune (Pakistan)
  4. Rashid, Haroon (2 March 2014). "Pakistan's invisible president: Mamnoon Hyssain". Special editorial report by Harood Rashid, the BBC Urdu correspondent. Islamabad: BBC Pakistan Bureau, 2013. BBC Pakistan Bureau. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
  5. Staff report (9 September 2013). "Profile:Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain". BBC Pakistan Bureau, 2013. BBC Pakistan Bureau. Retrieved 19 January 2015.
  6. "Former president Mamnoon Hussain passes away in Karachi at 80". Dawn. 14 July 2021.