Worldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Parliament of Tunisia/ Al-Jumhuuriya at-Tunisiya
(Female suffrage 1956) An emirate under French Protection 1881-1956 before becoming independent, a republic in 1957

199?-200? Second Vice-President of L’Assemblée Nationale Chadlia Boukchina
Secretary of State of Women’s Affairs, Family and Children charged with Children in 2003.

2005-11 Second Vice-President of the Chamber of Councillors Néziha Zarrouk
Minister for Family and Women by the Prime Minister 1995-2001 and 2003, Minister of Vocational Training and Employment 2001-03 Ambassador to Lebanon 2003-05

2011-14 1. Vice-President of the Constituent Assembly Meherzia Labidi Maïza

2014- 2. Vice-President of the Assemblée des représentants du peuple Faouzia Ben Fodha

 

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