Tunis' new energy strategy fails to convince foreign investors
Tunisia has been trying to attract new foreign investors to its energy sector. But red tape and other administrative hurdles make many firms wary.
The Tunisian military, which is in the front line against Jihadist groups and cross-border raids from Libya, may soon be able to add Turkish-built armed drones to its arsenal.According to Mahgreb Confidential's information, Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has begun exclusive [.
In his long-running battle with prime minister Youssef Chahed, President Beji Caid Essebsi ("BCE") is to bring the National Security Council (CNS) into the front line. He has already given the council, which is under his direct authority, the task [.
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 [.
Beaten by the Nidaa Tounes party in Tunisia’s Oct. 26 general election, the Islamist Ennahda party still has cards to play in the presidential ballot at the end of November. The movement’s secretary-general, Rached Ghannouchi, could even emerge as a [.