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Fawzi Abdel A'al
Fawzi Abdel A'al (Arabic: فوزي عبدالعال‎‎; born 1971) is a prosecutor and a Libyan politician born in the city of Misrata in 1971. He was named Interior Minister on 22 November 2011 by Abdurrahim El-Keib.[1] Prior to the 2011 Libyan civil war Fawzi worked as a prosecutor at the Misratta Central Court. Fawzi lost one of his brothers during the 2011 civil war. On 26 August 2012, he resigned from his post due to criticisms against him concerning the attacks on Sufi Muslim shrines and other violent events that occurred in Libya.[2]
Fawzi Abdel A'al
فوزي عبدالعال
Interior Minister
In office
22 November 2011 – 26 August 2012
Prime MinisterAbdurrahim El-Keib
Preceded byNassr al-Mabrouk Abdullah
Succeeded byAshour Suleiman Shuwail
Personal details
Born1971 (age 49–50)
Misrata, Libya
NationalityLibyan
Political partyIndependent
Alma materUniversity of Garyounis (B.A.)
Institute of Higher Education (M.A.)
ProfessionProsecutor
References
  1. ^ "Declaration of the new transitional government in Libya" (in Arabic). FANA.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Libya interior minister quits after Sufi shrine attacks". BBC. 26 August 2012. Retrieved 26 August 2012.

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