Category:Mustapha Khaznadar

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Mustapha Khaznadar 
Tunisian politician (1817-1878)
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Portrait de Mustapha Khaznadar par Charles-Philippe Larivière en 1846.
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Name in native languageمصطفى خزندار
Date of birth3 August 1817
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Georgios Kalkias Stravelakis
Date of death26 July 1878
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Mustapha khaznadar, one of the most known as Tunisia’s pro-minister or grand wezir in the Tunisian kingdoms recent history.

He was also known as the biggest thieves in Tunisia’s history as he was one of the reasons of the French protectorate on Tunisia due to borrowing money for the Tunisian gouvernement but instead of using the money to develope the country he used to share it with his foreign minister bin Ayed. Four years after he died France took over Tunisia and signed with the bey the famous Bardo agreement that made Tunisia the first protectorate in the history.

This minister stole from Tunisia around four times the country annual budget in that période.

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