Mohamed Refaat El-Saeed

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Mohammed Refaat El-Saeed (Arabic: محمد رفعت السعيد Muhammad Rifaʻatu s-Saʻīd, 11 October 1932 ­– 17 August 2017) was an Egyptian politician, scholar and writer.[1] He served as the general secretary of the National Progressive Unionist Party (Tagammu).[1][2] El-Saeed held two doctorates in history, and was a part-time lecturer at the American University in Cairo.[1] El-Saeed was a frequent contributor to al-Ahali, the Tagammu party organ.[1]

El-Saeed died on 17 August 2017 at the age of 84.[3]

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