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Djillali Liabes

Djillali Liabes
Born 1948 (1948)
Sidi Bel Abbès,
Died March 16, 1993(1993-03-16) (aged 44–45)
Occupation doctorate in literature state and humanities.

The late Professor Djillali Liabes (Arabic,الجيلالي اليابس) was born in 1948 in Sidi Bel Abbès. He continued his early education in his hometown in Azza Abdelkader's high school (El Djala former high school) where he obtained his Bachelor of Letters series in 1967. His graduate studies at the University of Algiers have enabled him to obtain a degree in philosophy and social sciences, he earned his doctorate 3rd cycle and a doctorate in literature state and humanities.

He was appointed Minister of Universities in 1991, then minister of universities and scientific research in 1992. He also held the post of Minister of National Education from June 1992 to October 1992. Appointed in October 1992 Director of the Institut of High Globale Strategic Studies, he presented an analytical report on the development prospects of the Algerian Society.

Among other activities, he presented a lecture entitled: The Third World and New World.

His literary productions are numerous.

Djillali Liabes died on March 16, 1993 at Kouba (Algiers) gunned down from close range by the Armed Islamic Group of Algeria.

The University of Sidi Bel Abbès proudly bears his name since 1996.

FROM http://www.sfapsy.com/Divers/liabes.htm translated with Google from French

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