Category Archives: Tunisia

Dual Power defined.

This double sovereignty does not presuppose – generally speaking, indeed, it excludes – the possibility of a division of the power into two equal halves, or indeed any formal equilibrium of forces whatever. It is not a constitutional, but a … Continue reading

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Tunisia trade union denounces abuse of police power.

Published On: Sun, Jul 28th, 2013 Breaking news / Featured / National | By Editor-in-chief UGTT denounces police’s abuse of power in front of the NCA’s headquarters (Video) Protests before NCA in Bardo. Photo taken 1:15 AM, 28th, July (Tunis … Continue reading

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On The organic development of Civil Society and economic life in Tunisia : Rebel Economy interviews Monica Marks

On The organic development of Civil Society and economic life in Tunisia : Rebel Economy interviews Monica Marks An excellent article discussing the development of civil society and economic life  in post revolutionary Tunisia from the Egyptian blog Rebel Economy … Continue reading

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Tunisia:Fifth festival of digital cultures, on June 23-26 Carthage Acropolium; Festival Des Cultures Numeriques

Fifth festival of digital cultures, on June 23-26 Carthage Acropolium Saturday, June 04, 2011 16:05 TUNIS (TAP) – The fifth festival of digital cultures is due to be held on June 23-26, 2011 at Carthage Acropolium, with 16 concerts of … Continue reading

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NATO plans “blitz” with attack helicopters and “bunker busters” in Libya as casualties mount in imperial wars.

Imperial powers intensify air campaign in Libya under the guise of “protecting civilians” as war casualties in North Africa and Western Asia over the past decade pass the million mark. Tweet May 29, 2011–New York Opinion/Analysis by Rawlinsview with press … Continue reading

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Tunisian PM says won’t fight election delay: AFP

Tunisian PM says won’t fight election delay (AFP) – 1 day ago DEAUVILLE, France — Tunisian Prime Minister Beji Caid Essebsi said on Friday that elections planned for July 24 will be delayed if the electoral commission deems it necessary. … Continue reading

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Tunisia to attend G8 summit seeking massive international aid. Libyan civil war causes severe hardship to Tunsian economy: TAP

G8: For massive support to transition in Tunisia Wednesday, May 25, 2011 19:14 TUNIS  (TAP) – Tunisia is taking part for the first time, alongside Egypt, in the G8 Summit scheduled for May 26-27 in Deauville, France. This summit, which … Continue reading

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Refugees, residents clash in southern Tunisia: Reuters

Refugees, residents clash in southern Tunisia Tue May 24, 2011 3:07pm GMT TUNIS (Reuters) – Violence broke out in the southern Tunisian town of Ben Guerdan on Tuesday between residents and people from a nearby camp for refugees from Libya, … Continue reading

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Tunisia says elections to go ahead on July 24: AFP

24 May 2011 – 15H45 Tunisia says elections to go ahead on July 24 Tunisians celebrate the anniversary of the first month of the Tunisian revolution in Tunis, February 2011. Tunisia’s transitional government said elections for a national constituent assembly … Continue reading

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Tunisia’s exports to Libya down 32%: TAP reports economic impact of Libyan Civil War on Tunisia

Tunisia’s exports to Libya down 32% Saturday, May 21, 2011 15:33 TUNIS (TAP) – Tunisia’s exports to Libya fell by 106.2 million dinars (MTD), or 32%, in the first quarter of 2011, compared with the same period of last year. … Continue reading

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