Umar Ghalib

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Umar Arteh Ghalib or Omer Carte Qalib (Cumar Carte Qaalib, عمر عرتي غالب) (born 1930 ) is a prominent Somali politician.wikipedia
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He is a member of the Habr Awal Isaaq clan, and belonged to the United Somali Congress.

Isaaq

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He is a member of the Habr Awal Isaaq clan, and belonged to the United Somali Congress.

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He was Prime Minister of Somalia from January 24, 1991 to May 1993.

Hawadle Madar

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On 3 September 1990, Madar appointed as Prime Minister of Somalia, a position he held until 24 January 1991, when he was replaced by Umar Arteh Ghalib.

Somalia

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He was Prime Minister of Somalia from January 24, 1991 to May 1993. Ghalib Brought Somalia into the Arab League in 1974 during his term as Foreign Minister of Somalia.

British Somaliland

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Ghalib was born in Northern Somalia (British Somaliland) in 1930.

Somalis

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He is a member of the Habr Awal Isaaq clan, and belonged to the United Somali Congress. Umar Arteh Ghalib or Omer Carte Qalib (Cumar Carte Qaalib, عمر عرتي غالب) (born 1930 ) is a prominent Somali politician.

United Somali Congress

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He is a member of the Habr Awal Isaaq clan, and belonged to the United Somali Congress.

Hargeisa

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He underwent elementary and intermediate education in Hargeisa and completed his secondary education in Sheikh, and his higher education in England where he was educated at Bristol University in the UK. He started his career as a school master and then headmaster of elementary schools of Las-Anod, Berbera and Hargeisa respectively.

Sheikh

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He underwent elementary and intermediate education in Hargeisa and completed his secondary education in Sheikh, and his higher education in England where he was educated at Bristol University in the UK.

England

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He underwent elementary and intermediate education in Hargeisa and completed his secondary education in Sheikh, and his higher education in England where he was educated at Bristol University in the UK.

University of Bristol

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He underwent elementary and intermediate education in Hargeisa and completed his secondary education in Sheikh, and his higher education in England where he was educated at Bristol University in the UK.

United Kingdom

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He underwent elementary and intermediate education in Hargeisa and completed his secondary education in Sheikh, and his higher education in England where he was educated at Bristol University in the UK.

Berbera

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He started his career as a school master and then headmaster of elementary schools of Las-Anod, Berbera and Hargeisa respectively.

Uganda

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In 1972, he mediated between Uganda and Tanzania.

Tanzania

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In 1972, he mediated between Uganda and Tanzania.

Arab League

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Ghalib Brought Somalia into the Arab League in 1974 during his term as Foreign Minister of Somalia.

Siad Barre

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On 24 January 1991, he was appointed by then President of Somalia Siad Barre as the last Prime Minister of Somalia under the latter's regime. Omar Arteh Ghalib was sentenced to death, but under pressure from the international community and human rights organizations Siad Barre saved his life and the death penalty was replaced by a prison term.

Ali Mahdi Muhammad

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After Barre's ouster, the next president, Ali Mahdi Muhammad, reappointed Ghalib as prime minister, a position Ghalib would hold until May 1993.

Ismail Ali Abokor

Ismail Abokor
On 7 February 1988, the trial of Arteh, former vice president Ismail Ali Abokor and other indictees ended.

List of human rights organisations

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Omar Arteh Ghalib was sentenced to death, but under pressure from the international community and human rights organizations Siad Barre saved his life and the death penalty was replaced by a prison term.