Samir Rifai

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Samir Zaid al-Rifai (Arabic: سمير زيد الرفاعي‎) (born 1 July 1966) is a Jordanian politician who was Prime Minister of Jordan from 14 December 2009 to 9 February 2011. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Samir Rifai has received more than 75,816 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Samir Rifai is the 14,933rd most popular politician (down from 13,413th in 2019), the 32nd most popular biography from Jordan (down from 26th in 2019) and the 18th most popular Jordanian Politician.

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Among politicians, Samir Rifai ranks 14,933 out of 15,710Before him are Anna Diamantopoulou, Konstantina Kouneva, John Kennedy, Keith Ellison, Israel Pickens, and Vincent Peillon. After him are Lourdes Flores, Serhiy Arbuzov, Anja Karliczek, Wouter Bos, Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici, and Eoin MacNeill.

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Among people born in 1966, Samir Rifai ranks 506Before him are Brad William Henke, Cas Anvar, Pascal Vahirua, Dimitris Lyacos, Ad-Rock, and Akiyoshi Yoshida. After him are Yelena Nikolayeva, Shigemitsu Egawa, Ludwig Kögl, Jonathan Crombie, Dafna Dekel, and Joakim Nilsson.

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In Jordan

Among people born in Jordan, Samir Rifai ranks 32 out of 37Before him are Awn Al-Khasawneh (1950), Fayez Tarawneh (1949), Prince Ali bin Hussein (1975), Zeid Raad Al Hussein (1964), Nahed Hattar (1960), and Hussein, Crown Prince of Jordan (1994). After him are Muath Al-Kasasbeh (1988), Omar M. Yaghi (1965), Amer Shafi (1982), Ahmad Abughaush (1996), and Hamza Al-Dardour (1991).


Among politicians born in Jordan, Samir Rifai ranks 18Before him are Adnan Badran (1935), Nader Al-Dahabi (1946), Awn Al-Khasawneh (1950), Fayez Tarawneh (1949), Prince Ali bin Hussein (1975), and Zeid Raad Al Hussein (1964). After him are Muath Al-Kasasbeh (1988).