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سياسي ليبي. | A Libyan economist and politician. The founder and leder of the National Centrist Party.
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ARA: علي عبد السلام الترهوني (مواليد، المرج 1951)، سياسي ليبي وأستاذ اقتصاد في جامعة ولاية واشنطن، بقي لعشرات السنوات خارج ليبيا معارضًا لحكم معمر القذافي، وبعد قيام ثورة 17 فبراير أضحى الترهوني أحد القيادات السياسية والإدارية لليبيا ما بعد حكم القذافي. بعد مغادرته ليبيا، استقر علي الترهوني في الولايات المتحدة وتحصل هناك على درجتي الماجستير والدكتوراه، وانخرط في الأنشطة المعارضة للقذافي صحبة آخرين، ثم أصبح معارضًا مستقلاً حتى تأسيس ...
مع33ضدّ   في رأيي Ali Tarhouni هو سياسي جيد جدا. انه / انها تحظى بتأييد بلدي!, positive
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