Abdul Kadir Yusuf

Abdul Kadir Yusuf

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Tan Sri Abdul Kadir Yusuf (1915–1992) was a Malaysian politician. He was born in Parit Sakai, Muar, Johor. During his life, he was a member of the United Malays National Organization, the leading party in the ruling coalition Barisan Nasional. A lawyer by profession, Abdul Kadir held the posts of Attorney General and Solicitor-General at various points during his lifetime. He was also the Minister of Law. Together with his wife Fatimah Hashim, former Welfare Minister, Abdul Kadir represented one half of the first couple to be on the Malaysian cabinet.


Kadir is survived by his wife, politician Tun Fatimah Hashim, six children, nineteen grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

His eldest daughter, Mariam, was the Director of the Malaysian National Library and is now retired. His second son, Mohamed Shah, has now retired as Chairman of McDonald's Malaysia and Founder of Ronald McDonald's Charity Club (RMCC) Malaysia. His third son, Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr Khalid Abdul Kadir was previously the Director of Hospital UKM, Kuala Lumpur, and is now the Dean of Medicine at Monash University Malaysia. His fourth son Datuk Ali Abdul Kadir is an accomplished accountant who has held such prestigious positions as Chairman of Ernst & Young, Chairman of the Securities Commission Malaysia, and recently retired as Chairman of Dubai Investment Group. His fifth son Abdul Karim is in business and adviser to a few public and private companies. Faridah, his youngest...
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