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Khelil Bouhageb (born Tunis, August 27, 1863 - died La Marsa, February 8, 1942) was a Tunisian politician and reformer. He served as Prime Minister of Tunisia from 1926 to 1932, after the death of Mustapha Dinguizli. Bouhageb was the son of Sheikh Salem Bouhageb; his brother was the doctor Hassine Bouhageb.
- Sadok Zmerli et Hamadi Sahili, Figures tunisiennes, éd. Dar al-Gharb al-Islami, Beyrouth, 1993, p. 310
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