|Egypt delegation to UN - 1960• He was also the Professor of Tactics in the Officers Staff College from 1951 to 1952|
|In addition to his family, several military and political figures attended the procession, including , , , , and||Military [ ] Mohieddin had various assignments within the army|
Honour [ ] Foreign honour [ ]• Malaysia : Honorary Grand Commander of the 1965 References [ ]• In 1948, he was the chief of staff of the first brigade which was later besieged at Faluja.
|As of 2005, after the death of and until his own death in 2012, he and his first cousin were the last two surviving members of the Revolutionary Command Council||1965-1966 - Prime Minister and Minister of Interior|
|In 1967, Mohieddin was appointed by president to take over position of president after Nasser's resignation, an appointment he refused||On 15 May 2012, Mohieddin died at the age of 93|
1958-1961 - Central Minister of Interior for Egypt and during U.9