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Mohamed Chenik also known as M'hamed Chenik (محمد شنيق) (born Tunis, May 1889 - died Radès, November 20, 1976) was a Tunisian politician and businessman. He served as Prime Minister of Tunisia twice, in 1943 under Muhammad VII al-Munsif, and again from 1950 until 1952 under Muhammad VIII al-Amin.
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