Ali Zeidan (sometimes written as Zidan; Arabic: علي زيدان; born 1950) is a former Prime Minister of Libya. He was appointed by the General National Congress on 14 October 2012. Zeidan took office on 14 November after Congress approved his cabinet nominees. Before the Libyan civil war, Zeidan was a human rights lawyer in Geneva. According to the BBC, he is considered by some local observers as a strong-minded liberal.
|Prime Minister of Libya|
14 November 2012 – 11 March 2014
Juma Ahmad Atigha (Acting)
|Preceded by||Abdurrahim El-Keib|
|Succeeded by||Abdullah al-Thanay|
|Born||1950 (age 68–69)|
|Political party||National Party For Development and Welfare|
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