First Lady of Tunisia
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The First Lady of Tunisia usually refers to the wife of the President of Tunisia. It is not a public office nor an official title.
First Ladies of Tunisia
|Name||Term Begins||Term Ends||President of Tunisia|
|Moufida Bourguiba||25 July 1957||21 July 1961 (Divorced)||Habib Bourguiba|
|Office Vacant||21 July 1961||12 April 1962||Habib Bourguiba|
|Wassila Bourguiba||12 April 1962 (Married)||7 November 1987||Habib Bourguiba|
|Naïma Ben Ali||7 November 1987||1988 (Divorced)||Zine El Abidine Ben Ali|
|Office Vacant||1988||26 March 1992||Zine El Abidine Ben Ali|
|Leïla Ben Ali||26 March 1992 (Married)||14 January 2011||Zine El Abidine Ben Ali|
|?||14 January 2011||15 January 2011||Mohamed Ghannouchi (Acting)|
|?||15 January 2011||13 December 2011||Fouad Mebazaa|
|Béatrice Marzouki||13 December 2011||Present||Moncef Marzouki|
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