Preses o Tunisie

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The Preses o the Tunisian Republic (French: Président de la République tunisienne) colloquially referred tae in Scots as the Preses o Tunisie, is Tunisie's electit Heid o State.

The current Preses o the Republic is Moncef Marzouki.

Leet[eedit | eedit soorce]

This is a leet o Presidents o Tunisie syne the establishment o that office in 1957.

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# Portrait Name
(Born-Died)
Term o Affice Pairty
1 Bourguiba 1960.jpg Habib Bourguiba
حبيب بورقيبة
(1903–2000)[1]
25 Julie 1957 22 October 1964 Neo Destour
(New Constitutional Liberal Pairty)
(1) 22 October 1964 7 November 1987[2] Socialist Destourian Pairty
2 Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.jpg Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
زين العابدين بن علي
(b. 1936)[3]
7 November 1987 27 Februar 1988 Socialist Destourian Pairty
(2) 27 Februar 1988 14 Januar 2011[4] Constitutional Democratic Rally
Mohamed Ghannouchi.jpg Mohamed Ghannouchi
محمد الغنوشي
(b. 1941)
Actin President[5]
14 Januar 2011 15 Januar 2011 Constitutional Democratic Rally
Fouad Mebazaa 15 jan 2011.jpg Fouad Mebazaa
فؤاد المبزع
(b. 1933)
Actin President[6]
15 Januar 2011 18 Januar 2011[7] Constitutional Democratic Rally
18 Januar 2011 13 December 2011 Independent
Moncef Marzouki2.jpg Moncef Marzouki
المنصف المرزوقي
(b. 1945)
Interim Preses[8]
13 December 2011 Incumbent Congress for the Republic

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  1. Served four terms. Elected unopposed by presidential elections in 1959, 1964, 1969 and 1974. Proclaimed President for Life by the Chamber of Deputies in 1975
  2. Impeached due to old age and ill health
  3. Served five terms. Elected unopposed by presidential elections in 1989 and 1994 and by contested presidential elections in 1999, 2004 and 2009
  4. Fled the country during the Tunisian revolution
  5. Self-proclaimed Acting President for a few hours
  6. Succeeded Ben Ali as the constitutional successor, President of the Chamber of Deputies
  7. "Tunisia: New government leaders quit ruling party". BBC News. 18 January 2011. 
  8. Elected by the Constituent Assembly

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