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رجل أعمال وسياسي. رئيس وزراء ليبيا. | A Libyan businessman and politician, the Prime Minister of Libya since 2014.
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ARA: أحمد عمر أحمد معيتيق رجل أعمال وسياسي ليبي (مواليد 1972 مصراتة)، تم انتخابه من قبل المؤتمر الوطني العام الأحد 4 مايو 2014، كرئيس وزراء جديد لليبيا، وقد جرت عملية انتخابه في ظل ظروف لاتزال محل اثارة للجدل. حيث رفض أعضاء في المؤتمر الوطني بينهم نائب رئيس المؤتمر عز الدين العوامي الاعتراف بشرعيتها طاعنين في منح الثقة بها. وهذا الاختيار جاء بعد أربعة جلسات تصويت شهدت مشادات كلامية بين الأعضاء، حيث تقدم معيتيق في الدورة الثانية على منافسه ...
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