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Mohamed Yousef El-Magariaf
Mohammed Yousef el-Magariaf (also written as Magariaf, Elmegaryaf or Almegaryaf) or, as he writes on his official website, Dr. Mohamed Yusuf Al Magariaf ( ar, محمد يوسف المقريف; born 1940), is a Libyan politician who served as the President of the General National Congress from its first meeting in August 2012 until his resignation in May 2013. In this role he was effectively Libya's ''de facto'' head of state, until his resignation in May 2013. Magariaf is the leader of the National Front Party (Libya), National Front Party, which won three seats in the 2012 Libyan General National Congress election, 2012 election, and he was previously well known for having founded and been the first leader of the National Front for the Salvation of Libya against the regime of Muammar Gaddafi. Early life and opposition career Early career A resident of Benghazi, he studied Economics at the University of Benghazi. He served from 1972 to 1977 as head of the board of auditors at ...
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List Of Heads Of State Of Libya
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