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an Iraqi author, poet, journalist, publisher, and political activist. He has published thirty volumes of poetry and seven books of prose.Saadi Youssef studied Arabic literature in Bagdad. He was influenced by the free verse of Badr Shakir as-Sayyab and Abd al-Wahhab Al-Bayyati and was also involved in politics from an early age, leaving the country permanently in 1979 after Saddam Hussein's rise to power. At the time his work was heavily influenced by his socialist and anti-imperialist sympathies but has since also taken a more introspective, lyrical turn. He has also translated many well known writers into Arabic, including Oktay Rifat, Melih Cevdet Anday, Garcia Lorca, Yiannis Ritsos, Walt Whitman and Constantine Cavafy. Since leaving Iraq Youssef has lived in many countries, including Algeria, Lebanon, France, Greece, Cyprus, Yugoslavia and currently he resides in London.
was an Argentine Justicialist Party politician. He was a senator and governor for Catamarca Province. Born in BelÃ©n to Syrian immigrants, he was the patriarch of the Saadi family that has dominated Catamarca politics since the 1940s.Saadi was elected Senator in 1946, serving until 1949 when he was elected governor of Catamarca. However, Juan PerÃ³n himself expelled him from the party that year. He was re-elected to the Senate in 1973 on behalf of Frejuli, serving until the dissolution of the Senate in 1976. In the 1970s Saadi had been a leading supporter of the Montoneros and set up the Intransigencia y MovilizaciÃ³n faction; he was a patron of Nilda GarrÃ©.