”Tunisian Model Deserves Support Considering Threats Facing Region,” Emhrn President

“The Tunisian model is a unique example that deserves support and should not be isolated considering the threats facing the region,” President of the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) Michel Tubiana said at his meeting, Thursday in the Palace of Carthage, with President Beacuteji Caid Essebsi. “Europe should understand the needs of the southern shore, particularly Tunisia’s,” he added during […]

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Tender On Widening Kairouan-Sousse Road to Be Launched in September 2015 – Minister

The tender for the widening of the Kairouan-Sousse in both directions will be launched early September 2015, Minister of Public Works, Housing and Spatial Development Mohamed Salah Arfaoui said Saturday in Kairouan. The overall cost of the project to be funded by the World Bank and the state budget is 140 million dinars. Source : Tunis Afrique Presse

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Tunisia Ought to Carefully Choose Its First Ppp (EU Delegation to Tunisia)

Tunisia has to carefully choose and study its first Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects so that they would be “success stories,” head of the Commercial Section at the EU Delegation to Tunisia. Speaking after the EU-Tunisian Council for Entrepreneurship which met on Friday in Tunis, the official highlighted the importance of building trustful relationships between the public and private these relations […]

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Habib Essid to Address Tunisians, Monday

Prime Minister Habib Essid will address the Tunisian people, Monday, to speak about the country’s general situation, the Prime Ministry announced, Saturday. He will present on the occasion, the government’s approach to face the challenges posed and its orientations for the coming period. It is the first time that Essid addresses Tunisians since his appointment, last January. Source : Tunis […]

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Tunisia’s Elections 2014 – EU Eom Presents Final Report

The climate has much improved since our first election observation and restored confidence seems a reassuring and promising factor for the future of democracy in Tunisia,” head of the European Union (EU) Election Observation Mission (EOM) Annemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck said on Friday. Speaking at a press conference held in Tunis to present the final report of the EU EOM on the […]

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Head of EU Eom Meets With Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs M’hamed Ezzine Cheacutelaifa conferred, Friday, with Head of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Tunisia Annemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck. The latter started, Wednesday, a four-day working visit to Tunisia to present the mission’s final report on the 2014 presidential and legislative elections. Annemie Neyts-Uyttebroeck hailed the electoral process as a success and said […]

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