• Headlines
    • Le Temps: ISIE Extends Voter Registration to August 31.. Yes, But What Is to Be Done about Irregularities?
    • La Presse: Minister of Foreign Affairs: Libya-Tunisia Borders May be Closed
    • Alchourouk: With Participation of 14,000 Soldiers Algerian-Tunisian Military Operations Against Terrorist Groups

    Ennahda’s Hamadi Jebali, Candidate for Prime Minister

    By Youssef Gaigi | Oct 26 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: Hammadi Jabeli , Hammadi Jbeli , Hammadi Jebali , transitional government , video

    With Ennahda projected to win about 40% of the seats in the Constituent Assembly, talks have already begun about who will take which positions in the next transitional government. Ennahda says Secretary-General Hamadi Jebali is their choice for prime minister, and they will not seek the presidency.

  • By Youssef Gaigi  / Operations Manager
  • Youssef Gaigi is a co-founder and operations manager of Global Productions / Tunisia Live. Youssef was awarded the Fulbright scholarship in 2007 and holds an MBA degree from Boston Univesity.

    Topics

    People

    Place

    Organization

    Related

    Comments

    Tweets

    Popular posts


    Videos

    Silent March In Memory of Aya

    ...

  • Play Video

    Tunisia's Launch of Truth and Dignity Commission

  • Play Video

    Tunisialive Living Tunisia

  • Play Video

    #FreeAzyz campaigners protest gets violent


  • Posts

    In Pictures

    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live
    • Carthage Theater Days statue display in downtown Tunis.

      Photo credit: Tristan Dreisbach, Tunisia Live

  • Opinions