Mohamed Salah Mzali

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Mohamed Salah Mzali (born Monastir, February 11, 1896 - died November 22, 1984) was a Tunisian educator, historian, and politician. He was Prime Minister of Tunisia for a brief period in 1954 under Muhammad VIII al-Amin.

Mohamed Salah Mzali is a descent of the Ait Mzal clan of the Masmouda tribe of the Sous who had established the Hafsid dynasty, he is also a relative of Mohammed Mzali.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mohamed Mzali, Un Premier ministre de Bourguiba témoigne, éd. Jean Picollec, Paris, 2004, p. 86
  • Charles-André Julien, Et la Tunisie devint indépendante: 1951-1957, éd. Jeune Afrique, Paris, 1985, p. 124