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Rashid Bakr

Rashid Bakr

El Rashid El Tahir Bakr (1932 – 11 March 1988)[1] was born in the Karkoj Blue Nile region of Sudan. In 1958 he graduated from the Khartoum University Law Faculty.[2] He was Vice President and Prime Minister of Sudan from 11 August 1976 until 10 September 1977. He was a member of the Sudan Socialist Union.[3]

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  1. ^ Biography of Rashid Bakr (Arabic)
  2. ^ Staff Prime Ministers of Sudan Sudanese Embassy, Retrieved 22 August 2012
  3. ^ "The Sudan", worldstatesman.org (accessed 28 October 2010)


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