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Sihem Badi, New Minister of Women's Affairs

Sihem Badi was Born in June 12  1967 in Tozeur, Southern Tunisia. She is a member of the Congress for the Republic Party.

She has had a long academic career studying in the Secondary School of Chebi in Tozuer, the Faculty of Medicine in Tunis, and the University of Paris. Her current work has been with the Doctor’s Governing Body in Paris, France in charge of the Multidisciplinary Cabinet.

She is single, and she was a candidate to serve as member of the Constituent Assembly from the Congress of the Republic Party’s list in France.

She has been nominated to serve as the Minister of Women’s Affairs.

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