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The death of Tunisian President Béji Kayed Sibsi, announced this morning (Thursday 25 July), has brought Tunisia into a presidential vacancy. According to the Tunisian Constitution of 2014 in Chapter 84, the President of the Parliament shall hold the Presidency temporarily for a period of 45 days and the maximum of 90 days. Which was announced by Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Nasser, who said he would take the post of president of the country temporarily.

The death of Tunisian President Béji Kayed Sibsi coincided with a period in which Tunisia is due to win the presidential elections, which will be scheduled for November 17, according to the head of Tunisia's electoral commission. Tunisia's constitution stipulates that Tunisia should have a new president within three months. Mohammed al-Nasser, who was sworn in today, officially assumed the presidency temporarily.

Who is the next stage man?

Muhammad al-Nasser was born on March 21, 1934, in the city of Jamm, in the province of Mahdia. He continued his primary education at the primary school in his hometown of Gammam and the secondary school of Sadiq, and obtained his bachelor's degree in law from the Institute of Higher Studies in Law in Tunis in 1956. He received his doctorate in social law in 1976 from the University of Paris-Sorbonne.

He held important posts in the state, most notably the post of the Ministry of Social Affairs in 1974 under the late President Habib Bourguiba. He held the same position in the Baji government in September 2011. He also served as President of the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs between 1961 and 1964, From 1965 to 1967, and then was appointed Director General of the National Office for Vocational Training, Employment and Immigration between 1967 and 1972.

At the international level, he was appointed head of the Tunisian mission in Geneva and represented Tunisia in several international organizations, including the chairmanship of the Commission for Social Development in New York in 1965, the chairmanship of the International Labor Conference in Geneva in 1976, the chairmanship of the International Labor Conference in Geneva in 1985 and the chairmanship of the International Commission on Human Rights, Coordinator of the United Nations Global Compact in Tunis in 2005, and President of the Institute of Social Consultations in Tunisia.

The political track of Mohammed al-Nasser is characterized by several stations, most notably his accession in February 2014 to the official Neda Tunis, and his appointment as deputy chairman of the party. Nasser took over the plan of the deputy head of the Tunisian Appeal Movement since 2014 and then assumed the presidency of the movement from 31 December 2014 to 30 November 2015.

Mohamed al-Nasser, 85, is currently the president of the Tunisian parliament since 2014. Nasser is the closest politician to late Tunisian president Béji Kayed Sibsi. "I want to pay tribute to what the president has done to build the state of independence and the presidency of the republic in the past five years," he said.

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