Ghulam Ishaq Khan, connu sous l'abréviation GIK, (en Urdu/Pachtoun : غلام اسحاق خان) (né le 20 janvier 1915, à Ismailkhel, dans le district de Bannu, dans la partie de l'Inde qui allait devenir le Pakistan après l'indépendance - mort le 27 octobre 2006 à Peshawar, Pakistan) était un homme politique pakistanais, qui fut ministre des Finances de 1977 à 1985, président du Sénat de 1985 à 1988, puis président du Pakistan de 1988 à 1993.

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  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan, connu sous l'abréviation GIK, (en Urdu/Pachtoun : غلام اسحاق خان) (né le 20 janvier 1915, à Ismailkhel, dans le district de Bannu, dans la partie de l'Inde qui allait devenir le Pakistan après l'indépendance - mort le 27 octobre 2006 à Peshawar, Pakistan) était un homme politique pakistanais, qui fut ministre des Finances de 1977 à 1985, président du Sénat de 1985 à 1988, puis président du Pakistan de 1988 à 1993.
  • Gulam İshak Han (Peştu: غلام اسحاق خان, Urdu: غلام اسحاق خان; d. 20 Ocak 1915 – ö. 27 Ekim 2006) Pakistan'ın 7. Cumhurbaşkanı.
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan. (1915 - Peshawar, 27 de octubre de 2006). Político pakistaní, fue Presidente del país.Khan mantuvo una fuerte alianza con su antecesor, el general y dictador Zia-ul Haqm durante cuyo mandato fue Presidente del Senado. A la muerte de éste en un misterioso accidente aéreo en 1988, ocupó el puesto de Presidente de Pakistán, primero de manera provisional y después definitiva. Aunque se mantuvo próximo a los Primeros Ministros Benazir Bhutto y Nawaz Sharif, acusó a ambos de corrupción política y los destituyó. En el caso de Bhutto se acusó a Khan de golpe de Estado y en la destitución de Sharif, que pretendía limitar los poderes presidenciales, el Tribunal Supremo estableció que se había producido de manera irregular y, con el apoyo de las Fuerzas Armadas, lo restituyó en su puesto, obligando a Khan a dimitir en 1993.
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan (Urdu ‏غلام اسحاق خان‎‎; * 20. Januar 1915 in Bannu, Nordwestprovinz; † 27. Oktober 2006 in Peshawar) war ein pakistanischer Politiker und Präsident von Pakistan vom 17. August 1988 bis 18. Juli 1993.Bevor Ghulam Ishaq Khan Präsident von Pakistan wurde, arbeitete er in verschiedenen Bewässerungprojekten in Westpakistan und wechselte später in das Finanzministerium, um schließlich Finanzminister zu werden.1985 konnte er, kurz nachdem er als Vorsitzender des Senats von Pakistan gewählt wurde, einen Senatssitz gewinnen. Sofort nach dem Tod von Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq 1988, wurde Khan verantwortlicher Präsident in Übereinstimmung mit den konstitutionellen Richtlinien der Reihenfolge und wurde formal in die Position gewählt. Er behielt die Position des Präsidenten bis 1993.
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan (Ismael Khel (Brits-Indië), 20 januari 1915 – Peshawar (Pakistan), 27 oktober 2006) was een Pakistaans politicus. Hij was de zevende president van het land.
  • Гулам Исхак Хан (20 января 1915(19150120), Ismael Khel, Пенджаб — 27 октября 2006, Пешавар, Пакистан) — пакистанский государственный деятель, президент Пакистана (1988—1993).
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan (Urdu: غلام اسحاق خان ‎; 20 January 1915 – 27 October 2006), sometimes abbreviated to GIK, was the 7th President of Pakistan from 1988 until his resignation in 1993, the only president to have come from the civil bureaucracy.Born in Bannu District, Frontier Province of the British Indian Empire, Ghulam Ishaq was educated at Islamia College and graduated from the Peshawar University, before embarking his statesmanship as a junior bureaucrat in the Pakistan Government. Securing the appointment as the first chairman of the Water and Power Development Authority by President Ayub Khan in 1961, Ghulam Ishaq would also tenured as the Finance Secretary from 1966 to 1970. A year later, he was elevated as the Governor of the State Bank by Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, before being made Defence Secretary in 1975, assisting with Pakistan's clandestine atomic bomb project. He was retained by President Zia-ul-Haq as Finance Minister in 1977, overseeing high rates of economic growth and social changes. Having been elected chairman of the Senate in 1985, Ghulam Ishaq was elevated to the presidency after Zia's death in an air crash on 17 August 1988.As president, Ghulam Ishaq escalated his role in neighbouring Afghanistan, he subsequently witnessed the end of the Soviet occupation, but his personal relations with the Soviet Union and the United States deteriorated. Domestically, Ghulam Ishaq's term faced challenging problems; ethnic riots flared in Karachi, currency crises weakened the national economy, and the power struggle with Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who came to power after being elected in 1988. After Benazir Bhutto accused him of frustrating her government as part of an alliance with conservative opposition leader Nawaz Sharif; Ghulam Ishaq invoked the Eight Amendment and dismissed Benazir's government after just 20 months, on charges of corruption and misgovernance. But when Sharif was elected Prime Minister in 1990, the tussle between presidency and premiership grew worse. Ghulam Ishaq attempted to dismiss his government on similar charges but Sharif resisted, appealing to the Supreme Court and having the president's decision overturned.The gridlock ultimately led to the resignation of both individuals in 1993 in an agreement brokered by the military. Retiring from public service, Ghulam Ishaq served as the founding rector of the GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology in his native province.
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  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan, connu sous l'abréviation GIK, (en Urdu/Pachtoun : غلام اسحاق خان) (né le 20 janvier 1915, à Ismailkhel, dans le district de Bannu, dans la partie de l'Inde qui allait devenir le Pakistan après l'indépendance - mort le 27 octobre 2006 à Peshawar, Pakistan) était un homme politique pakistanais, qui fut ministre des Finances de 1977 à 1985, président du Sénat de 1985 à 1988, puis président du Pakistan de 1988 à 1993.
  • Gulam İshak Han (Peştu: غلام اسحاق خان, Urdu: غلام اسحاق خان; d. 20 Ocak 1915 – ö. 27 Ekim 2006) Pakistan'ın 7. Cumhurbaşkanı.
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan (Ismael Khel (Brits-Indië), 20 januari 1915 – Peshawar (Pakistan), 27 oktober 2006) was een Pakistaans politicus. Hij was de zevende president van het land.
  • Гулам Исхак Хан (20 января 1915(19150120), Ismael Khel, Пенджаб — 27 октября 2006, Пешавар, Пакистан) — пакистанский государственный деятель, президент Пакистана (1988—1993).
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan. (1915 - Peshawar, 27 de octubre de 2006). Político pakistaní, fue Presidente del país.Khan mantuvo una fuerte alianza con su antecesor, el general y dictador Zia-ul Haqm durante cuyo mandato fue Presidente del Senado. A la muerte de éste en un misterioso accidente aéreo en 1988, ocupó el puesto de Presidente de Pakistán, primero de manera provisional y después definitiva.
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan (Urdu: غلام اسحاق خان ‎; 20 January 1915 – 27 October 2006), sometimes abbreviated to GIK, was the 7th President of Pakistan from 1988 until his resignation in 1993, the only president to have come from the civil bureaucracy.Born in Bannu District, Frontier Province of the British Indian Empire, Ghulam Ishaq was educated at Islamia College and graduated from the Peshawar University, before embarking his statesmanship as a junior bureaucrat in the Pakistan Government.
  • Ghulam Ishaq Khan (Urdu ‏غلام اسحاق خان‎‎; * 20. Januar 1915 in Bannu, Nordwestprovinz; † 27. Oktober 2006 in Peshawar) war ein pakistanischer Politiker und Präsident von Pakistan vom 17. August 1988 bis 18.
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