The first woman to head the government in the history of Tunisia and the Arab world
September 29, 2021, a woman was appointed to head the Tunisian government.
Thus, the President of the Republic has opened a new page in the history of Tunisia’s modern and progressive democracy that enshrines the principle of equality between men and women in political rights, so that women have an active and positive role in leading the political stage and drawing strategic political, economic and social plans that will contribute to saving
Tunisia is out of the current situation and has passed the stage of failure that it has lived through for decades.
A new stage with a modern and democratic vision.
Najla Bouden Ramadan, Prime Minister
She is the Director General of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Head of the Objective Management Unit for the implementation of the higher education reform project with the aim of supporting the employment of higher education graduates (since September 20, 2016).
She is from Kairouan, and she was born in 1958 (63 years old).
PhD engineer in geology from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines in Paris and has a master’s degree in petroleum exploration
Professor of Higher Education (Department of Civil Engineering at the National School of Engineers of Tunis)
She has many studies, research and publications, especially in the geological field.