Abdelfattah Mourou (C), Tunisia's interim parliamentary speaker and Islamist-inspired Ennahda Party politician, waves to supporters and journalists after submitting his candidacy for the upcoming early presidential elections at the Independent High Authority for Elections (ISIE), in the capital Tunis on August 9, 2019. - Ennahdha Party had announced that Mourou would be their presidential candidate for the first time on August 7, ahead of polls next month. Mourou, 71, was appointed interim parliamentary speaker following the death last month of president Beji Caid Essebsi. The Ennahdha politician had previously served as the deputy speaker, and changed roles after the then parliamentary head Mohamed Ennaceur stepped up as interim president<br />
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Abdelfattah Mourou (C), Tunisia's interim parliamentary speaker and Islamist-inspired Ennahda Party politician, waves to supporters and journalists after submitting his candidacy for the upcoming early presidential elections at the Independent High Authority for Elections (ISIE), in the capital Tunis on August 9, 2019. - Ennahdha Party had announced that Mourou would be their presidential candidate for the first time on August 7, ahead of polls next month. Mourou, 71, was appointed interim parliamentary speaker following the death last month of president Beji Caid Essebsi. The Ennahdha politician had previously served as the deputy speaker, and changed roles after the then parliamentary head Mohamed Ennaceur stepped up as interim president

PHOTO : Agence Quebec Presse - jdidi wassim

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Source: Agence Quebec Presse
Date: 9 Aug 2019
Location: Tunisia
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