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succession

Risk Watch  03/07/12

Salman chosen as Crown Prince and Ahmad as Interior Minister

Saudi Arabian King Abdullah has appointed Prince Salman as Crown Prince and Prince Ahmad as Interior Minister, following the death of Prince Nayef....
Risk Watch  18/06/12

Saudi Crown Prince Nayef Dies

Although his successor is likely to be Prince Salman, and will likely be chosen speedily, it re-opens the internal debate about the longer term succession in the Kingdom....
 
Risk Watch  30/06/11

Saudi Crown Prince leaves country for medical reasons

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Sultan has left the country for medical treatment. The king has also relieved a key prince from this duties as head of the prime-minister’s court....
Risk Watch  01/12/10

Saudi king leaves to the US for medical tests

Saudi Arabia is bracing for a period of power struggle between and within the first and second generation princes....
 
Risk Watch  16/11/10

King Abdullah, Crown Prince ill as second in line take charge temporarily

Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah’s health has exposed the issue of power succession....
 

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