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Mohamed (Moh) Chelali, MB, is an Algerian-born Canadian teacher and politician. He holds degrees in engineering, business, and education. Chelali currently teaches French at R.E. Mountain secondary school. Contents 1 Thwarted assassination attempt 2 NDP candidate 3 Teaching career 4 External links 5 References Thwarted assassination attempt On July 14, 2002, he was one of three civilians who overpowered a gunman attempting to assassinate French President Jacques Chirac during Bastille Day celebrations in Paris. Chelali was awarded the French Legion of Honour and the Canadian Medal of Bravery for his actions.[1] NDP candidate On February 13, 2005, Chelali became a candidate in the 2005 B.C. Election. He won the New Democratic Party nomination in the riding of Surrey-White Rock. He campaigned on a platform to "strengthen public health care to reduce waitlists for key services, end privatization, and respond better to patient needs".[2] Chelali came in second place, receiving 7,511 votes (26.40%). Liberal Gordon Hogg was re-elected in the riding. Chelali was acclaimed as the federal NDP candidate for South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale in April 2007,[3] but was replaced by Peter Prontzos in June 2008.[4] Teaching career Chelali worked at Aldergrove Community Secondary School teaching french immersion french and socials classes for several years, during the time of the assassination attempt. In 2006, he started teaching at Mountain Secondary in Langley, BC. Moh Chelali works since August 2007 as an assistant director with the BC Teachers' Federation; he is in charge of French programs and services. External links Campaign Website References ^ "Honours for B.C. man who helped save French president". CBC News. 2003-09-12. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2003/09/12/bravery030912.html. Retrieved 2008-04-20.  ^ 2005 Chelali campaign website at the Wayback Machine (archived December 16, 2005). ^ "In the Media". Moh Chelali campaign website. http://www.chelali.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogsection&id=5&Itemid=28. Retrieved 14 August 2009.  ^ "NDP to hold federal nomination meeting". Surrey Now. 20 June 2008. http://www.canada.com/surreynow/news/story.html?id=dea7d810-916c-4ff4-a3b2-a0c957445b0a. Retrieved 14 August 2009.  Persondata Name Chelali, Moh Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a British Columbian politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e