|12th President of Pakistan|
9 September 2013 – 9 September 2018
|Prime Minister||Nawaz Sharif |
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
|Preceded by||Asif Ali Zardari|
|Succeeded by||Arif Alvi|
|Governor of Sindh|
19 June 1999 – 12 October 1999
|Prime Minister||Nawaz Sharif|
|Preceded by||Moinuddin Haider|
|Succeeded by||AM Azim Daudpota|
23 December 1940
Agra, United Provinces, British Raj
(now in Uttar Pradesh, India)
|Died||14 July 2021 (aged 80)|
|Political party||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Alma mater||Karachi University|
Institute of Business Administration
Mamnoon Hussain (Urdu: ممنون حسین ; 23 December 1940 – 14 July 2021) was a Pakistani businessman, nationalist conservative, and politician. He served as the President of Pakistan from 9 September 2013 to 9 September 2018.
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. He won the election in a landslide victory winning 432 votes to his rival Wajihuddin Ahmed's 77 votes.
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