Hamadi Jebali

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Hamadi Jebali (Arabic: حمادي الجبالي, Ḥammādī al-Jibālī; born 12 January 1949) is a Tunisian engineer, Muslim politician and journalist who was Prime Minister of Tunisia from December 2011 to March 2013. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hamadi Jebali has received more than 89,154 page views. His biography is available in 28 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 26 in 2019). Hamadi Jebali is the 12,322nd most popular politician (down from 11,822nd in 2019), the 78th most popular biography from Tunisia (down from 67th in 2019) and the 44th most popular Tunisian Politician.

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Among politicians, Hamadi Jebali ranks 12,322 out of 19,576Before him are Hédi Baccouche, Prince Aage, Count of Rosenborg, Jean-Baptiste Ouédraogo, Ruth Fischer, Andrei Zhelyabov, and Carlos María de Alvear. After him are Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus, Shah Shujah Durrani, Marina Silva, Ants Antson, Adolf Ogi, and Kay Ivey.

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Among people born in 1949, Hamadi Jebali ranks 300Before him are Paul Nurse, Habib Essid, Gérard Larcher, Frankie Faison, Alfred Riedl, and Luigi Serafini. After him are Moto Hagio, Ricardo Zunino, Jim Varney, Zoran Slavnić, Ivan Buljan, and Véronique Sanson.

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In Tunisia

Among people born in Tunisia, Hamadi Jebali ranks 78 out of 210Before him are Rachid Sfar (1933), Sadok Sassi (1945), Aboul-Qacem Echebbi (1909), Habib Essid (1949), Hédi Amara Nouira (1911), and Hédi Baccouche (1930). After him are Pierre Lévy (1956), Mohammed Mzali (1925), Tewhida Ben Sheikh (1909), Hamed Karoui (1927), Abdelmajid Chetali (1939), and Carlos Marcello (1910).

Among POLITICIANS In Tunisia

Among politicians born in Tunisia, Hamadi Jebali ranks 44Before him are Silvan Shalom (1958), Sitt al-Mulk (970), Rachid Sfar (1933), Habib Essid (1949), Hédi Amara Nouira (1911), and Hédi Baccouche (1930). After him are Mohammed Mzali (1925), Hamed Karoui (1927), Ibrahim II of Ifriqiya (850), Ali Laarayedh (1955), Philippe Séguin (1943), and Hédi Annabi (1943).