Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar

Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar (Arabic: الفرجاني بالحاج عمار) (5 January 1916 – 2000) was a Tunisian trade unionist and politician. He was the Minister of the Economy before becoming President of the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts for 28 years between 1960 and 1988.[1] He died in 2000, aged 83 or 84.[2]

Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar
الفرجاني بالحاج عمار
Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar.jpg
Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar in 1956.
Deputy
In office
1959–1984
Minister of the Economy
In office
15 April 1956 – 29 July 1957
MonarchLamine Bey
PresidentHabib Bourguiba
Prime MinisterHabib Bourguiba
Preceded byMohamed Masmoudi
Succeeded byEzzeddine Abassi
President of UTICA
In office
October 1960 – July 1988
Preceded byMohamed Ben Abdelkader
Succeeded byHédi Djilani
Personal details
Born
Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar

(1916-01-05)5 January 1916
Tunis, Tunisia
Died2000 (aged 83-84)
Tunis, Tunisia
Political partyNeo Destour / Socialist Destourian Party
ProfessionWaiter

ElectionsEdit

Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar was elected to the Chamber of Deputies five times in total: 1959 Tunisian general election
1964 Tunisian general election
1969 Tunisian general election
1974 Tunisian general election
1979 Tunisian parliamentary election

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Présentation de l'UTICA" (in French).
  2. ^ "Ferjani Bel Haj Ammar". www.leaders.com.tn (in French). 2008-12-25. Retrieved 2021-04-26..

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