|Mustafa Hamed Mohamed|
|Mayor-President of Melilla|
5 July 1999 – 19 July 2000
|Preceded by||Enrique Palacios Hernández|
|Succeeded by||Juan José Imbroda|
17 October 1959 |
|Political party||Coalition for Melilla|
Mustafa Hamed Mohamed (October 17, 1959 in Melilla, Spain), better known as Mustafa Aberchán after his Riffian clan name, is a Spanish politician from Melilla. He is the leader of the political organization Coalition for Melilla.
He was the Mayor-President of the city from July 5, 1999, to July 19, 2000, with backing from the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party and the Independent Liberal Group, which made him the first Muslim to hold this position.
- Ramos, Toñi (6 July 1999). "Coalición por Melilla, un partido de mayoría musulmana y moderado en sus reivindicaciones". El País (in Spanish). Edicíones El País. Retrieved 11 August 2010.
- Ramos, Toñi (4 July 1999). "Un musulmán gobernará la ciudad autónoma de Melilla con apoyo socialista y del GIL". El País (in Spanish). Edicíones El País. Retrieved 11 August 2010.
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