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Jamel Eddine Gharbi was born on December 5th, 1964 in Jendouba. He is a member of Ennahda, Tunisia’s center-right Islamist party, and has been appointed to Minister of Planning and Regional Development.

He received a PhD from IHEC University in Montreal, Canada. Gharbi is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Economics, and Management in Jendouba. He is also the Vice President of Jendouba University.

He has authored more than 40 publications.

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  1. بلقاسم الرحموني says:

    سؤال بسيط لهذا السيد الذي كان وزيرا و يدعى انه ظلم في عهد الدكتاتور و هو من قام بتسليط ظلمه وظلمه حزبه الارهابي على شخصي …ماذا استفدت ؟ هل يحركونكم كالدمى اشخاص اثبتت الاحداث انهم سراق وارهابيون …انظر ماذا يحدث لوالي سوسة اميركم …كان اجدى بك الاعتذار….انتم لا تفهمون ذلك لا داعي …نصيحة يجب ان تهتم كثيرا بادارة الارث الذي تركه لك السيد الوالد

  2. Mejri says:

    bonjour monsieur,
    mabrouk de tout mon coeur, vous méritez plus et tout le bonheur du monde mon enseignant

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