Yadh Ben Achour: I have faith in the Tunisian people’s choice
I have faith in the Tunisian people’s choice
Tunis – TAP
- The Tunisian Constituent Assembly is simply an assembly (a council) whose the members will be elected by the Tunisian people on the 23rd of October. - The idea of the Constituent Assembly emerged during the events of “El Kasba 2” February where the interim president announced that there will be elections for a Constituent Assembly firstly on July 24th but then postponed to October 23th. - The main role of the Constituent Assembly will be to draft a constitution for the country and their mandate will be over when the new constituent would be finally written. - The Constituent Assembly will have 260 seats for candidates elected from all across Tunisia: from 26 voting districts dispersed as 2 districts for the Governorate of Tunis and Sfax and one district for the rest of the 24 Governorates.
Prisoners Attempted to Escape from Gabes Prison Yesterday
Prisoners attempted to escape from Gabes prison yesterday.
Tunisia Live co-founder Zied Mhirsi
Zouari Defense Team
Press Headlines August 18th
Tunisian Habiba Ghribi Wins Silver Medal in 3 000 M Steeplechase
Roman basilica in Kef: historic site listed on the global register of protected cultural and historical monuments
Photo courtesy to www.tixup.com
Musiquat Festival: 6th edition
Anis Rezgui (courtesy of Tunisia Live)
Khadija mosque in Kram (courtesy of Tunisia Live)
Protester on Friday, Oct 14th
Virgile writing l’Énéide between Clio and Melpomène, mosaïc of the national museum of Bardo, Tunis.
A picture from Facebook shows Obama as the president of Tunisia. He says: “Tanbir is not acceptable, it is no justifiable.”
Torture Chambers Opened to Citizens With Paintbrushes October 7, 2011
A Tunisian businesswoman discussing callenges facing them
Sonia Ben M’rad, president of Regional Chamber of Tunisian Businesswomen in Tunis
Sonia Ben M’rad, president of the Regional Chamber of Tunisian Businesswomen in Tunis
Claudia Cardinale italia-tunisia
Stefan Füle stands in Bourguiba Ave.
President Moncef Marzouki. Image courtesy his official Facebook page.
Participants of the World Social Forum wave flags of different Arab countries in a march on Tuesday (Photo Credit: Elena Lesley)
A member of the National League for Protection of the Revolution
(Photo courtesy of Tunisia-Live’s facebook page)