Nureddine Rifai

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Nureddin Rifai (1899-1980) (نور الدين الرفاعي) was director of Lebanon's Internal Security Forces and the 25th Prime Minister of Lebanon.

Rifai was appointed to be Prime Minister by Suleiman Frangieh during Lebanon's short-lived military government. He served only three days before resigning his post in the face of tremendous protest.


Political offices
Preceded by
Rachid Solh
Prime Minister of Lebanon
24 May – 27 May 1975
Succeeded by
Rachid Karami
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