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Mongi Marzoug is currently a Director at Orange, a French telecom company.

He went to Ecole Polytechnique from 1982 to 1984 and to Télécom Paris from 1984 to 1986. He earned a PhD in physics in 1989.

He joined Orange in 1999 as the head of mobile network technology for 7 years, then he became head of network modeling.

He is currently the new Minister of Communication Technologies in the cabinet of former Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali.

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  1. S. Touati says:

    Félicitations Dr. Mongi Marzoug!

    I knew Dr. Mongi in Paris when he was the head of network modelling.

    It is my great pleasure to congratulate him for his appointment as Minister of Communication technologies.

    I do wish him all the success in his new post, as he always did!

    Dr. Sami Touati
    KSU,
    stouati@ksu.edu.sa

    On se connait à Paris ()

  2. Fatma Ben Smida says:

    First of all I want to congratulate you for your new position. Well deserved. We are pround as Matmati to have someone like you in the government and I’m sure that we have a lot but are not known.
    Need more info about your bio.
    Wish you all the best in your career. Fatma

  3. labbou says:

    je connais ce monsieur il est intelligent honnete et un vrais bosseur il nous faut des gens comme lui…bonne chance pour notre gouvernement il faut juste les aider et le laisser le temps et j’en suis convaincu que le resultat sera au rendez-vous.

  4. Youssef Gaigi says:

    Thanks for your feedback. Can you provide us with curriculum or a summary?

    Also, are you independent?

  5. marzoug says:

    Tow mistakes: i didn’t joined FT Groupe in 1999, i m not a member of ennahdha
    Please could you correct
    Mongi marzoug

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