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The Washington Times
Zied Ladhairi says Tunisia’s economic success critical to its survivalto which Islamic parties are seen to be wielding control over the government in
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
to which Islamic parties are seen to be wielding control over the government in Tunis. At the center of such concerns is Ennahda. It was the first Islamist party to take power in Tunis following the 2011 revolution and currently holds 69 seats —... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Controversy over marital equalitystatus laws, is certain to affect the president’s political prospects. He faces
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 26 days ago
status laws, is certain to affect the president’s political prospects. He faces intense competition from the Islamist Ennahda Movement, which has formed the country’s largest parliamentary bloc since the rift in the ruling Nidaa Tounes Party... Read more
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Gulf News
Tunisians march against corruption amnestyto the streets again today as before the revolution and will not be silent agai
Gulf News / Posted 29 days ago
to the streets again today as before the revolution and will not be silent against the corrupt system.” Ruling parties Ennahda and Nidaa Tunis supported the law. The law was proposed by President Beji Qaid Al Sebsi, himself a former Bin Ali... Read more
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Reuters
Tunisians march against contested corruption amnestyto the streets again today as before the revolution and will not be silent agai
Reuters / Posted 30 days ago
to the streets again today as before the revolution and will not be silent against the corrupt system.” Ruling parties Ennahda and Nidaa Tounes supported the law. The law was proposed by President Beji Caid Essebsi, himself a former Ben Ali... Read more

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