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Ahmed Aboul Gheit

1942 - Today

Ahmed Aboul Gheit

Ahmed Aboul Gheit (Arabic: أحمد أبو الغيط‎ [ˈæħmæd æbolˈɣeːtˤ], also: Abu al-Ghayt, Abu El Gheyt, etc.) (born 12 June 1942) is an Egyptian politician and diplomat who has been Secretary-General of the Arab League since July 2016. Aboul-Gheit served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt from 11 July 2004 to 6 March 2011. Previously he was Egypt's Permanent Representative to the United Nations. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ahmed Aboul Gheit has received more than 98,085 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 9,917th most popular politician.

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  • 98k

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  • 49.50

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  • 17

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.02

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.04

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among POLITICIANS

Among politicians, Ahmed Aboul Gheit ranks 9,880 out of 14,801Before him are Neferneferuaten, Hanns Kerrl, Carl Theodor Zahle, Alejandro Maldonado, Sonthi Boonyaratglin, and Park Chung-hee. After him are Chris Watson, Uesugi Harunori, Mihai Ghimpu, François Bayrou, Nereu Ramos, and Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1942, Ahmed Aboul Gheit ranks 236Before him are Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez, Richard Bohringer, Gianfranco Ravasi, Jerry Garcia, Heidi Brühl, and Ana Blandiana. After him are Susana Vieira, Egil Olsen, Roberto Perfumo, Ann Dunham, Marshall Bell, and Beverly Aadland.

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In Egypt

Among people born in Egypt, Ahmed Aboul Gheit ranks 338 out of 432Before him are Timocharis (-320), Riccardo Freda (1909), Atef Ebeid (1932), Mustafa Kamil Pasha (1874), Ibrahim Mahlab (1949), and Antonios Naguib (1935). After him are Andrée Chedid (1920), Mostafa El-Nahas (1879), Abdul Rahman Hassan Azzam (1893), C. S. Forester (1899), Hassan Shehata (1947), and Yusuf Idris (1927).