Mohamed Ennaceur

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Mohamed Ennaceur
محمد الناصر
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President of Nidaa Tounes
Assumed office
31 December 2014
Preceded by Beji Caid Essebsi
President of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People
Assumed office
4 December 2014
President Beji Caid Essebsi
Prime Minister Habib Essid
Preceded by Mustapha Ben Jafar
Minister of Labour and Social Affairs
In office
27 January 2011 – 24 December 2011
President Fouad Mebazaa (Acting)
Moncef Marzouki
Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi
Béji Caïd Essebsi
Preceded by Moncer Rouissi
Succeeded by Khalil Zaouia
In office
7 November 1979 – 23 October 1985
President Habib Bourguiba
Prime Minister Hédi Nouira
Mohamed Mzali
Preceded by Mohamed Jomâa
Succeeded by Noureddine Hached
In office
14 January 1974 – 26 December 1977
President Habib Bourguiba
Prime Minister Hédi Nouira
Preceded by Farhat Dachraoui
Succeeded by Mohamed Jomâa
Personal details
Born (1934-03-21) 21 March 1934 (age 84)
El Djem, Tunisia
Nationality Tunisian
Political party Nidaa Tounes
Spouse(s) Siren Mõenstre
Children 3 sons
2 daughters
Alma mater University of Tunis
Paris-Sorbonne University[1]

Mohamed Ennaceur (Arabic: محمد الناصر‎; born 21 March 1934 in El Djem) is a Tunisian politician. Since 2014 he is the President of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People and leader of the governing Nidaa Tounes party. Previously he served as Minister of Social Affairs in the 1970s and 1980s under President Habib Bourguiba, and again in 2011 in the transitional Ghannouchi and Essebsi governments.

Ennaceur was the founding director of the Tunisian Association of Social Law, the Revue tunisienne de droit social and the Festival international de musique symphonique d'El Jem.[2]

On 4 December 2014, he was elected as President of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People with 176 yes votes out of 214 present MPs.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Publications, Europa (2003). The International Who's Who 2004. Psychology Press. p. 495. ISBN 9781857432176. 
  2. ^ "M. Mohamed Ennaceur, nouveau ministre des affaires sociales" (in French). Leaders. 29 January 2011. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 
  3. ^ "Tunisia: Mohamed Ennaceur voted president of new Parliament". ANSAmed. 4 December 2014. Retrieved 9 February 2016. 
  4. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  5. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  6. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  7. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  8. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  9. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  10. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  11. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288
  12. ^ Who's Who in the Arab World 2007-2008. - p. 288