Mohamed Abdul Salam Mahgoub

Mohamed Abdul Salam Mahgoub
Mohamed Abdul Salam Mahgoub
Egyptian Minister of Local Development
Assumed office
27 August 2006
President Husni Mubarak
Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif
Governor of Alexandria Governorate
In office
President Husni Mubarak
Prime Minister Kamal Ganzouri
Atef Ebaid
Ahmed Nazif
Succeeded by Adel Labib
Governor of Ismailia Governorate
In office
President Husni Mubarak
Prime Minister Atef Sedky
Kamal Ganzouri
Personal details
Born 1935
Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt
Political party National Democratic Party
Alma mater Egyptian Military Academy
Occupation Soldier, military attaché
Website (Arabic) (2010 People's Assembly campaign website)
Military service
Allegiance  Egypt
Service/branch Egyptian Army
Rank Colonel

Colonel Mohamed Abdul Salam Mahgoub (Arabic: محمد عبد السلام المحجوب‎, Muḥammad `Abdul-Salām al-Maḥgūb) (born in 1935 in Dakahlia Governorate)[1] is an Egyptian politician. Since 2006, he has been the Minister of Local Development in the Cabinet of Egypt. He was previously Governor of Alexandria Governorate, his term expiring upon his appointment to the Cabinet.[1][2]

Prior to entering politics, Maghoub had been an officer of the Egyptian Army, having graduated from the Egyptian Military Academy in 1955 with a degree in military science. He was assigned as military attaché in several Egyptian embassies around the world prior to being appointed Vice-Chair of National Security in 1992. He subsequently served as Governor of Ismaïlia prior to being reassigned to Alexandria in 1997.[1]

Mahgoub is currently seeking election to the People's Assembly for the District of al-Raml in Alexandria, seeking to replace the retiring Sobhy Saleh Moussa Abu Amer.[3][4]


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