Still a Long Way to Go for Tunisian Democracy

Notes internacionals CIDOB, núm. 73

Tunisia remains very dependent on international good will: despite receiving aid and loans worth $1.5bn last year, the growing current account deficit has reduced hard currency reserves to the equivalent of three and a half months cover of imports.

http://www.cidob.org/es/publicaciones/notes_intl/n1_73/still_a_long_way_to_go_for_tunisian_democracy

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What the New Destourian Front Means for Tunisia

What the New Destourian Front Means for Tunisia

April 30, 2013

On April 12, a coalition calling itself the Destourian Front was formed by six Tunisian political parties driven by the ambition to become a “modernist, centrist, and reformist” political force and to perpetuate the heritage left by Habib Bourguiba, the founder and first President of the Republic of Tunisia.

http://fikraforum.org/?p=3254&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=what-the-new-destourian-front-means-for-tunisia

بريل 30, 2013
في 12 أبريل/نيسان؛ تأسس ائتلاف يُسمى الجبهة الدستورية على يد ستة أحزاب سياسية تونسية يدفعها الطموح لكي تصير قوة سياسية “معتدلة وسطية إصلاحية” ولتسير على درب الإرث الذي تركه الحبيب بورقيبة مؤسس الجمهورية التونسية وأول رئيس لها.

Concerns of upcoming elections Tunisia

Tunisia’s Salafists

A growing concern