Farhat Hached

Hached, Farhat


Born Feb. 2, 1914; died Dec. 5, 1952. Tunisian political figure and a leader of the Tunisian trade-union movement.

The son of a fisherman, Hached took part in the national liberation and trade-union movements from 1938. After founding the General Union of Tunisian Workers in January 1946, he served as its general secretary. After the arrest of H. Bourguiba in January 1952 he assumed leadership of the Tunisian national liberation movement. Hached was killed by a French terrorist.

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La reunion de conciliation tenue mardi au siege du gouvernorat de Sousse en presence des syndicats et des representants administratifs, a ete soldee par un ensemble d'accords dont le renforcement de la presence des forces de l'ordre dans les hopitaux et la reactivation des postes securitaires installes a l'hopital Farhat Hached et celui de Sahloul.
The second case, a 30-year-old man from Djerba, died on January 6, 2018 in Farhat Hached University Hospital after his health deteriorated rapidly.
Summary: The A320 plane Farhat Hached of national carrier Tunisair landed, on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 3:25 pm (Tunis time) at the international airport of Cotonou, capital of Benin, after
We opted for a retrospective medical chart review of cases of NM and maternal mortality that occurred in the year 2010 at the Farhat Hached Maternity University Hospital.
Last March he was named by 77% of Tunisian respondents in a nationwide poll as the leading figure of the struggle for independence, ahead of trade unionist leader Farhat Hached (42%) and Bourguiba's nemesis Salah ben Youssef (15%).
Several dozen assailants attacked members of the General Union of Tunisian Workers (UGTT) who were gathered outside the union's headquarters in Tunis to mark the 60th anniversary of the assassination of its founder, Farhat Hached.
Il s'agit d'une etude retrospective de 102 tumeurs urotheliales papillaires primitives de la vessie, n'infiltrant pas le muscle detrusor (pTa/pT1), colligees au Laboratoire d'anatomie et de cytologie pathologiques de l'Hopital Farhat Hached de Sousse, en Tunisie, sur une periode de 4 ans (janvier 2001-decembre 2004).
3 Laboratory of Human Cytogenetics, Molecular Genetics and Reproductive Biology, Farhat Hached University Hospital, Sousse, Tunisia.
Before this, politicians and researchers had not neglected to revive shared memory by examining the record of struggle of Tunisian labor union leader Farhat Hached and Moroccan political thinker Allal Al-Fassi.
Nour al-Din Hached, the son of trade union leader Farhat Hached, has urged the authorities to disclose all details behind the killing.
Address for Correspondence Braham: JMili Nejia, Laboratory of Haematology, HOSPITAL FARHAT HACHED, 4000 Sousse, Tunisia, Tel: 00216 98 68 52 08, Fax: 00216 73 22 67 02.