Mohamed al-Halbousi

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Mohamed al-Halbousi
محمد الحلبوسي
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Speaker of the Council of Representatives of Iraq
Assumed office
15 September 2018
Preceded by Salim al-Jabouri
Governor of Anbar
In office
29 August 2017 – 14 September 2018
Appointed by Anbar Provincial Council
President Fuad Masum
Preceded by Suhaib al-Rawi
Succeeded by Ali Farhan Hameed
Personal details
Born (1982-10-02) 2 October 1982 (age 36)
Al-Karmah, Anbar, Iraq
Nationality Iraqi
Political party Al-Hal
Residence Baghdad, Iraq
Profession Engineer

Mohammed Rikan Hadeed al-Halbousi (Arabic: محمد ريكان حديد الحلبوسي‎; born on 2 October 1982 in Al-Karmah, Al Anbar Governorate) is an Iraqi politician who is currently the Speaker of the Council of Representatives of Iraq since 15 September 2018. Previously he was the Governor of Al Anbar Province since 29 August 2017. He is a member of the Al-Hal alliance.

Al Halbousi won a seat in the Iraqi 2014 parliamentary elections and has been serving an MP ever since. On August 29, 2017, the "Anbar Provincial Council" voted by a majority vote to elect Mohammed Al Halbusi Anbar governor.

Education

Al Halbusi holds a degree in Highways and Roads Engineering from Al-Mustansiriya University in Baghdad. He received a BSc. Degree in summer 2002, a year before Iraq war that was waged in March 20, 2003. Al Halbusi moved on to pursue his graduate studies at Al- Mustansiriya University where he received an Master degree in Highways and Roads Engineering in 2006. His MSc. thesis subject title was "Modeling of Pedestrian-Vehicle Conflict on Arterial Street Using the Simulation Approach".

Al Halbousi launched his own private business working as a business person. He has been owning and running Al-Hadeed Co. Ltd. for general Rebuilding projects. Al-Hadeed Company has implemented a number of infrastructure projects in Fallujah city with particular mention to the designing and implementation of the Fallujah sewage matrix. Al Halbousi remained active in his private business until he was tapped to get into the world of Iraqi politics in 2014.


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References

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  3. ^ "The President of the Republic Issues a Decree on Appointing Mohammed Al Halbusi as a New Governor of Anbar". presidency.iq. Retrieved 2018-01-01.
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