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Mhamed Hachemi Baccouche, known as Hachemi Baccouche (Tunis, January 4, 1916 – Tunis, June 9, 2008) was a Tunisian writer, humanist, and psychosociologist. The nephew of former grand vizier Slaheddine Baccouche, he was exiled in France from 1957 to 2000, but returned to Tunis in 2006. He was a communist in his youth.
- Jean Déjeux, Dictionnaire des auteurs maghrébins de langue française, éd. Karthala, Paris, 1984, p. 272
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