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    Lamine Doghri, born May 25, 1961 in Tunis, was appointed as the Minister of Development and International Cooperation in the government of Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh. Prior to joining the current government, Doghri was the deputy minister in charge of regional development and planning. He was a teaching assistant at the University of Economics and Management in Tunis. In addition, he held several positions at the the Islamic Bank of Development as the director of policy and strategic planning and the director of the Islamic Institute for Research and Training . According to Ennahdha's media office, Doghri is politically independent. Doghri holds a PhD in Economics and a degree in Management. He is married and a father of two.



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