Hamma Hammami (Arabic: حمّه الهمامي; born 8 January 1952) is a Tunisian communist, leader of the Popular Front, spokesman of the Tunisian Workers' Party, and former editor of the party news organ El-Badil.
|Born||8 January 1952|
|Political party||Workers' Party (Tunisia)|
|Children||3 (Nadia, Oussaïma and Sarah)|
Hamma Hammami is the author of several political essays in Arabic language including:
- Against obscurantism, Tunis, 1985
- The perestroïka : An against-revolution, Tunis, 1988
- History of the labor movement in Tunisia, Tunis, 1988
- Tunisian society: social and economic study, Tunis, 1989
- About secularism, Tunis, 1990
- Tunisian women: present and future, Tunis, 1992
- The path of dignity, Paris, 2002
- Who judges whom?, Tunis, 2013
- Liberty or Tyranny?, Tunis, 2013
- Women and socialism today, Tunis, 2015
- About liberties and equalities, Tunis, 2019
- Pascale Harter, "Tunisia's lacklustre election," BBC (23 October 2004)
- Hamma Hammami - Chronology of Repression, Netzwerk GewerkschafterInnen: Arbeitsgruppe für verfolgte GewerkschafterInnen, Amnesty International Austria (Updated 15 November 2002).
- Authorities urged to release or charge Tunisian activists, Amnesty International (14 January 2011).
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