The appointment of Hussein Arnous, as Prime Minister of Syria, brings to mind the appointment of Shapour Bakhtiar as Prime Minister of Iran, which failed to save the Shah of Iran writes The New Arab.
Hussein Arnous (Arabic: حسين عرنوس; born 1953) is a Syrian politician who has served as Prime Minister of Syria since 11 June 2020. Arnous’ appointment was announced by state media shortly after it was reported that President Bashar al-Assad had fired previous Prime Minister Imad Khamis amid a worsening economic crisis. — Wikipedia
Hussein Arnous was appointed Prime Minister in 2020, but has had a long career in the Assad regimes, aiding corruption and providing unwavering support.
President Assad has formally requested that Hussein Arnous assume the role of Prime Minister of Syria and form a cabinet writes SANA.
DUBAI (Sputnik) - Syrian President Bashar Assad issued a decree on Sunday that will see Hussein Arnous head a new national government, the presidency said.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad designated Hussein Arnous to form a new government, the Syrian presidency said on Tuesday, following a parliamentary election in July.
The Syrian President asked Hussein Arnous to replace Imad Khamis as interim premier until parliament elections are held in July and a new government comes in
Amid a backdrop of a spiralling currency and protests in the south of the country, President Assad has replaced Imad Khamis as prime minister, naming Hussein Arnous as his replacement reports Enab Baladi.
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Prime Minister Arnous has the government will continue to provide support to people and industry, but there could be further difficulties writes Al-Watan.
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Mwinyi, who is the son of former Tanzania President Ali Hassan Mwinyi, becomes the eighth President of Zanzibar since the revolution in 1964.
Zanzibar’s President and chairman of the Revolutionary Council Hussein Mwinyi is set to unveil his cabinet on Thursday November 19 almost three weeks after he was declared winner of the October…