ISIE lacks urns and ink for the elections
Independent electoral supervision body ISIE is facing a tricky logistical problem as the first round of the presidential elections approaches [...]
The protests sweeping across the Tataouine region are not only the result of the widespread unemployment afflicting southern Tunisia. President Beji Caid Essebsi ("BCE") is also paying for his erratic management of the most serious social crisis in the country [.
Like the IMF and World Bank before it, the Obama administration fears that the Tunisian banking sector could collapse and has put the Central Bank of Tunisia (CBT) under surveillance.After a four-year gap, the Treasury Department’s Office of Technical Assistance [.
The appointment of the successor of prime minister Habib Essid, originally planned for just after Eid al-Fitr and then put back to July 25, could well be postponed further. The difficulties being experienced by the political parties in reaching agreement [.
With Tunisia’s presidential election set for Dec. 21, the highest authorities in the land are seeking new jobs for themselves or their advisers. Without a function since the constituent Parliament he presided made way an Assemblee des Representants du Peuple [.