|Prime Minister of Iraq|
|Assumed office |
6 May 2020
|Preceded by||Adil Abdul-Mahdi|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs|
12 May 2020 – 6 June 2020
|Preceded by||Mohamed Ali Alhakim|
|Succeeded by||Fuad Hussein|
|Director of INIS|
7 June 2016 – 9 April 2020
|President||Fuad Masum |
|Prime Minister||Haider al-Abadi |
|Preceded by||Zuheir Fadel Abbas al-Ghirbawi|
Mustafa Abdul-Latif Mishatat
July 1, 1967
|Residence||Republican Palace, Baghdad|
|Alma mater||Al-Turath University (LLB)|
Mustafa Al-Kadhimi (Arabic: مصطفى الكاظمي; born Mustafa Abdul-Latif Mishatat), alternatively spelt Mustafa Al-Kadhimiy, is an Iraqi politician. He became the Prime Minister of Iraq on 6 May 2020. Kadhimi is also the 43rd Prime Minister since the country's independence in 1932 and the fourth overall under the 2005 constitution.
He worked as journalist, documentalist and human rights and democracy activist in the 2000s after fall of Saddam in 2003.
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- من هو مصطفى الكاظمي الإسم الجديد لرئاسة حكومة العراق؟. alalamtv.net (in Arabic). 8 April 2020. Archived from the original on 8 April 2020.
- "Mustafa al-Kadhimi sworn in as prime minister of Iraq". Rudaw. 7 May 2020. Retrieved 6 May 2020.
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- "Impersonating U.S. Intelligence Official, Oregon Man Wrote to Iraqi Prime Minister". KDRV News. Retrieved 31 January 2020.
- Davison, John; Rasheed, Ahmed (7 November 2021). "Iraqi PM safe after drone attack on residence, military says". Reuters. Retrieved 7 November 2021.