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Jallouli Fares (Arabic: جلولي فارس‎; 6 March 1909 – 28 October 2001) was a politician in Tunisia during its transitions from French colony to monarchy to republic. He was Minister of Education in 1955-56, then President of the Constituent Assembly until 1959, then President of the National Assembly until 1964.

Jallouli Fares
جلولي فارس
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President of the National Assembly of Tunisia
In office
1 June 1959 – 1964
President of the Constituent Assembly of Tunisia
In office
17 April 1956 – 1 June 1959
Preceded byHabib Bourguiba
Minister of Education
In office
17 September 1955 – 15 April 1956
MonarchMuhammad VIII
Prime MinisterTahar Ben Ammar
Succeeded byLamine Chebbi
Personal details
Born(1909-03-06)6 March 1909
El Hamma, Tunisia
Died(2001-10-28)28 October 2001
El Hamma, Tunisia
Political partyNeo Destour

Fares presided over the Constituent Assembly on 25 July 1957 when it announced the abolition of the Tunisian monarchy and the beginning of a republic.[1]

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