Tag Archives: Ennahda

Tunisia’s President Sworn In

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Economic Integration of Tunisia

“ALDE proposes Tunisia’s economic integration” by Olivier Mirguet for Europolitics: “Despite the crisis, the European Union has an obligation towards Tunisia. We must give thought to its economic integration and take the chance of trusting religious parties, which should not … Continue reading

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Western Post-Election Influence in Tunisia

“International Actors Compete for Influence in Tunisia,” by Abdullah Ayasun, for Today’s Zaman: The different ways of reporting reflects the approaches of the countries as experts have suggested that France did not want to see Ennahda in power. The Americans … Continue reading

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“A last-minute awareness campaign reminded Tunisians what could happen if they failed to exercise their electoral right.”

Battling public apathy and pessimism through innovative mobilization tactics in Tunisia.  “Tunisian activists find new ways to mobilise voters” by Monia Ghanmi, for Magharebia: A giant poster of Tunisia’s deposed president hangs over a building in Tunis, a stark reminder … Continue reading

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