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Vice President of Syria is a political position in Syria. The Constitution states that in the case of the President's temporary disablement, the Vice President become acting President.[1] Multiple persons can hold the office of vice presidency at the same time. The President of Syria appoints Vice Presidents.

Vice Presidents[edit]

Meaning
Arab Liberation Movement
National Party
National Union
Syrian Regional Branch
(Ba'ath Party / Syrian Ba'ath Party)

Syrian Republic (1945–1958)[edit]

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Time in office Duration Political party Note(s)
1 Maamoun Kuzbari.jpg Maamun al-Kuzbari
(1914–1998)
25 February 1952 28 February 1954 2 years, 3 days Arab Liberation Movement

United Arab Republic (1958–1961)[edit]

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Time in office Duration Political party Note(s)
2 Sabri al-Assali.jpg Sabri al-Asali
(1903–1976)
7 March 1958 7 October 1958 214 days National Party
Akram Hourani.jpg Akram al-Hawrani
(1912–1996)
7 March 1958 19 September 1960 2 years, 196 days Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
Boghdadi, 1958.jpg Abdel Latif Boghdadi
(1917–1999)
7 March 1958 29 September 1961 3 years, 206 days National Union
عبد الحكيم عامر.jpg Abdel Hakim Amer
(1919–1967)
7 March 1958 29 September 1961 3 years, 206 days National Union
3 Nur al-Din Kahala (cropped).jpg Nur al-Din Kahala
(1910–?)
20 September 1960 29 September 1961 1 year, 9 days National Union
4 Abdul Hamid Sarraj.jpg Abdel Hamid al-Sarraj
(1925–2013)
16 August 1961 29 September 1961 44 days National Union
Kamel el-Din Hussein.jpg Kamal el-Din Hussein
(1921–1999)
16 August 1961 29 September 1961 44 days National Union
Zakaria Mohiedin as Interior Minister.jpg Zakaria Mohieddin
(1918–2012)
16 August 1961 29 September 1961 44 days National Union
Hussein Al Shafei.JPG Hussein el-Shafei
(1918–2005)
16 August 1961 29 September 1961 44 days National Union

Syrian Arab Republic (1961–present)[2][edit]

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Time in office Duration Political party Note(s)
5 Muhammad Umran.png Muhammad Umran
(1922–1972)
8 March 1963 15 December 1964 1 year, 282 days Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
6 Nureddin Atassi.jpg Nureddin al-Atassi
(1929–1992)
15 December 1964 28 December 1965 1 year, 13 days Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
7 Shibli al-Aysami.jpg Shibli al-Aysami
(1925–)
28 December 1965 23 February 1966 57 days Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
8 No image.svg Mahmoud al-Ayyubi
(1932–)
22 February 1971 August 1976[3] 5 years, 161 days Syrian Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
9 Rifaat al-Assad, commander of the Defense Corps in the 1980s.png Rifaat al-Assad
(1937–)
11 March 1984 8 February 1998 13 years, 334 days Syrian Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
Abdul Halim Khaddam in 1974.jpg Abdul Halim Khaddam
(1932–)
11 March 1984 15 February 2005 20 years, 341 days Syrian Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
No image.svg Zuhair Masharqa
(1938–2007)
11 March 1984 21 February 2005 20 years, 347 days Syrian Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
10 Farouk Shara.jpg Farouk al-Sharaa
(1938–)
21 February 2005 Incumbent 14 years, 182 days Syrian Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)
11 No image.svg Najah al-Attar
(1933–)
23 March 2006 Incumbent 13 years, 152 days Syrian Ba'ath Party
(Syria Region)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Collelo, Thomas (1988). Syria: A Country Study. Federal Research Division, Library of Congress. p. 223.
  2. ^ Historical Dictionary of Syria.
  3. ^ https://hdl.handle.net/2027/osu.32435024020018