Archive for June, 2011

Abd Aljalil Albedoui gives his opinion to Essahafa

Abd Aljalil Albedoui gives his opinion to Essahafa

| 10 June 2011 | 1 Comment

Abd Aljalil Albedoui, the General coordinator of the Tunisian Labour Party, gives feedback on Tunisia’s current state. The Situation in the country is characterized by the existence of many problems that give rise to fear and predict continued instability. The government has not yet shown indicators of the existence of a consistent will to prosecute those who were involved in tyranny and corruption. Compared to the Egyptian government’s reaction towards [...]

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85% of Tunisians are Willing to Cast their Votes

85% of Tunisians are Willing to Cast their Votes

| 09 June 2011 | 0 Comments

Written by Miriam Ben Ghazi A press conference was held in Africa Hotel on June 8th by the Emrhod Consulting Institute to shed light on the results of the latest survey conducted by the institute about the election of the constituent assembly. 1000 persons were questioned about “Political Parties and the Democratic Transition”. The survey [...]

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More than 6000 Refugees Crossed to Tunisia

More than 6000 Refugees Crossed to Tunisia

| 09 June 2011 | 0 Comments

Written by Ibrahim Ben Slama According to TAP, the check point of Ras Jdir witnessed, on Wednesday June 8th, a high number of foreign arrivals, especially Libyans. This is the result of continuous military operations in various parts of the western areas in the capital Tripoli. The number of refugees is estimated to exceed 6 [...]

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The Challenge of unemployment

The Challenge of unemployment

| 09 June 2011 | 0 Comments

Assahafa [Daily Gouvernemental] asks: Is the government able to meet 700.000 job request? Yesterday morning was held at the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment, a meeting to shed the light on the emergency to launch a program to face the upcoming challenges of unemployment. Mr. Sami Ghorbal [Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment representative], a [...]

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A support convoy for baccalaureate students in Metlaoui

A support convoy for baccalaureate students in Metlaoui

| 09 June 2011 | 0 Comments

Violence all over the region of Metlaoui created huge concern among all Tunisian. A riot started today came as a reaction against these violent acts and a support for the baccalaureate students of the region as well. Abd Elhamid Smida, a participant in the riot said: violence is not tolerable and tribalism never been an [...]

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The social movements lead to the radicalism of the revolution in both Tunisia and Egypt.

The social movements lead to the radicalism of the revolution in both Tunisia and Egypt.

| 09 June 2011 | 24 Comments

According to Mr. Riyadh Sidaoui [a Tunisian expert and the founder of The Arabic  Center Of Research And Distribution], the poor working class, the graduated youth and the middle class, in addition to  business men have mostly contributed to the revolution since the Tunisian economy has moved from capitalism to illegitimate monopoly and unfair competition .The Tunisian [...]

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Metlaoui curfew eased

Metlaoui curfew eased

| 09 June 2011 | 0 Comments

“Assahafa” (p.4) (throughout TAP) covered the decrease of the curfew in Metlaoui. The curfew is now from 6pm to 5am. A high representative of the army in the region said that the security has improved in the region. The curfew applies to the residents of Metloui, except nightly workers and emergency cases. The newspaper reminds [...]

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Politics, the elections fixed for October 23rd: reactions of the parties.

Politics, the elections fixed for October 23rd: reactions of the parties.

| 09 June 2011 | 2 Comments

“Assahaf” (p.3) interviewed 22 parties about their positions of the announcement of the temporary prime minister Mr. Beji Caied Essebsi. Out of all these parties only one refuses the choice of the date. Indeed, the Party of Justice and Development (Parti de la Justice et du Développement) finds this date too late and denounces the [...]

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Press Headlines – June 9th

Press Headlines – June 9th

| 09 June 2011 | 0 Comments

Assahafa ??????? (The Press), Daily independent Beji Caid Essebsi [interim PM]: October 23rd the elections’ date and Tunisia will succeed in establishing a democratic system. Parties interact with the new date for elections. As a response to Metlaoui events: A protest in Tunisia to denounce acts of violence. Riadh Sidaoui [Director of the Centre the Arab [...]

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Ministry of Justice Reacts to Statements of Ben Ali’s Lawyer

Ministry of Justice Reacts to Statements of Ben Ali’s Lawyer

| 08 June 2011 | 50 Comments

Written by Ibrahim Ben Slama On June,7 ousted president Zeine-El-ABeidine Ben Ali broke the silence through the statemnts of his French lawyer, Jean-Yves Leborgne. Leborgne said on behalf of Ben Ali that the corruption charges represent a “masquerade”, and that the former president does not own assets outside the country. One day later, the Ministry [...]

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