Brahim Ghali Biography
Brahim Ghali is a Sahrawi politician, military officer, and current president of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), formerly its ambassador to Algeria and Spain.
Ghali played a key role in the struggle of the Sahrawi people for self-determination and independence from Morocco. He was instrumental in the creation of the Movement for the Liberation of the Saguia el Hamra and Wadi el Dhahab, the 1970 Zemla Intifada against Spanish rule, the foundation of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el-Hamra and Río de Oro (Polisario Front) in 1973, and the Sahrawi Republic in 1976.
He also played a major role in the Western Sahara War and the establishment of MINURSO, the UN peacekeeping mission for the Western Sahara.
Brahim Ghali Age
Brahim Ghali was born on 19 August 1949, in Samara. He is 73 years old.
Brahim Ghali Height
His height is currently unknown, however, a review is ongoing and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Brahim Ghali Family
Brahim was born and raised by his loving and caring parents in Samara. However, information regarding his family members is under review and will be updated as soon as possible.
Brahim Ghali Wife
He has managed to keep his love life hidden, however, a review is ongoing and this section will be updated as soon as possible.
Brahim Ghali Net Worth
Ghali has an estimated net worth of $ 4.46 Million.
Brahim Ghali Career
Ghali was one of the founders and leaders of the Polisario Front in 1973 and was elected as the first General Secretary of the movement at its constitutive congress. Alongside El Uali Mustapha Sayed, He led the El-Khanga raid, the first military action of the POLISARIO against a desert post of the Spanish Army, overrunning the position and gathering weapons and equipment. In 1974, as El Uali was elected as the new POLISARIO General Secretary, Ghali was selected to command the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army, its military wing.
Ghali was re-elected as president and Secretary-General of SADR on 20 January 2023, obtaining 1,253 congressmembers’ votes to opponent Bachir Mustafa Sayed’s 563. A total of 54 votes were invalid and 227 members were absent.
At this time, His vote percentage was the lowest of any winning Sahrawi presidential candidate, while Mustafa Sayed’s was the highest for any non-winning candidate.