Muhammad Mian Soomro August 18, 2008, to September 9, 2008.

Muhammad Mian Soomro is a Pakistani politician who served as the Acting President of Pakistan. He was born on August 19, 1950, in Karachi, Pakistan. Soomro comes from a prominent political family and has been involved in politics for several decades.

Soomro’s political career began in the 1980s when he joined the Pakistan Muslim League (PML). He held various positions within the party and was elected as a Member of the National Assembly (MNA) in 1990. He served as the Minister of State for Investment in 1997.

In November 2007, when President Pervez Musharraf went on a foreign trip, Soomro was appointed as the Acting President of Pakistan. This was due to the constitutional provision that in the absence of the President, the Chairman of the Senate assumes the position of Acting President. Soomro was serving as the Chairman of the Senate at that time.

During his tenure as Acting President, Soomro performed ceremonial duties and fulfilled the responsibilities of the office. He held the position from November 16, 2007, to September 9, 2008, until Asif Ali Zardari was elected as the President of Pakistan.

After his term as Acting President, Soomro continued to be active in politics. He served as the Federal Minister for Privatization and Investment in the interim government from March 2008 to August 2008. He also remained a member of the Senate until his term ended in 2012.

Since my knowledge cutoff is in September 2021, I don’t have information on Soomro’s recent activities. It’s recommended to refer to updated sources or news outlets for the latest information on Muhammad Mian Soomro.

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