|1st Egyptian Minister Plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom|
|Succeeded by||Sesostris Sidaros|
|Foreign Minister of Egypt|
18 February 1935 –30 January 1936
|Prime Minister||Muhammad Tawfiq Nasim Pasha|
|Preceded by||Kamel Ibrahim Bey|
|Succeeded by||Ali Mahir Pasha|
|Regent of Egypt|
28 April 1936 –29 July 1937
|Born||24 June 1869|
|Died||12 April 1961 91)(aged|
|Spouse(s)||Behiye Yeghen Hani|
|Children||Aysha Ezzat Hanem|
|Alma mater|| University of Cambridge |
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich
Aziz Ezzat Pasha (Arabic : عزيز عزت باشا) (24 June 1869 – 12 April 1961) was an Egyptian politician.
Born in Cairo, Aziz Ezzat Pasha was educated at Jesus College, Cambridgeand the now defunct Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. He began his career in the court of Khedive Isma'il Pasha and was then promoted to deputy minister of foreign affairs. Following the United Kingdom's unilateral grant of independence to Egypt in 1922, he was appointed as Egypt's first minister plenipotentiary to the Court of St. James's, serving for five years, from 1923 until 1928. He served as Egypt's Foreign Minister from 18 February 1935 until 30 January 1936.
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Aziz Ezzat Pasha was greatly involved with the famous Egyptian sports club Al Ahly . On 2 April 1908, he became the club's second president. He was the first Egyptian to hold that post, and kept it until 16 April 1914.He later became Honorary President of the club (1929-1941).
Aziz Ezzat Pasha's second wife, Behiye Yeghen Hanim, whom he married in 1892, was a granddaughter of Khedive Isma'il Pasha from her mother's side. Their daughter Aysha Hanim (1893 - 1945) married in 1912 (and later divorced in 1927) Prince Muhammad Ali Hassan Pasha, another grandson of Khedive Isma'il.
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| President of Al-Ahly Club |
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Title next held byAbdel Khaliq Sarwat Pasha
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| Honorary President of Al-Ahly Club |
29 November 1929 – 21 October 1941
Muhammad Sherif Sabri
|New title|| Egyptian Minister Plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom |
1923 – 1928
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| Foreign Minister of Egypt |
18 February 1935 – 30 January 1936
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Minority of King Farouk I
| Regent of Egypt |
1936 - 1937
with Prince Muhammad Ali Tewfik
Sherif Sabri Pasha
|Farouk I reaches age of majority and|
assumes his full constitutional powers