Hichem Mechichi holds a master's degree in law from the faculty of law and political science from Tunis El Manar University
, and a master's degree in law, political science and public administration from École nationale d'administration
He is also a former student of the long international cycle, of the Republic promotion (2005–2007) of the National School of Administration of France, the institution paying tribute to him via its website after his appointment as head of government.
He was a member of the National Commission of Investigation on Corruption and Embezzlement, founded in 2011 and chaired by Abdelfattah Amor
In 2014, he was appointed Chief of Staff at the Ministry of Transport, then the same post successively at the ministries of Social Affairs and Public Health.
He was then Director General of the National Agency for the Sanitary and Environmental Control of Products.
Appointed by President Kaïs Saïed as his first adviser in charge of Legal Affairs, on February 11, 2020, he was appointed on the 27 of the same month as Minister of the Interior in the government of Elyes Fakhfakh.
On July 25, 2020, in the midst of a political crisis, Saïed appointed him head of government, with the task of forming a government in one month and obtaining the confidence of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People
Later on, he assumed office on 2 September 2020.
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