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A police officer keeps watch near a cemetery where the bodies of soldiers and civilians who were killed during Monday’s attack on army and police posts by Islamist fighters will be buried in the town of Ben Guerdan, Tunisia, near the Libyan border March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
Tunisia- 191 out of 217 members of the Tunisian parliament participated in the 12-hours session to decide on renewing confidence to government. 118 voted against, three voted in favor, while 27 abstained from voting. The tumbling of the government was a blast. By...
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Tunisian President. (Reuters)
Tunis – Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi said that the Prime Minister Habib Essid chose to face the parliament to decide whether he’ll remain a prime minister or not. Essebsi said he has the utmost respect for Essid indicating there is no problem between both...
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Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi. Reuters
Tunis-The Nidaa Tounes and Ennahda movements have agreed on forming a parliamentary-majority government if the opposition insisted on refusing to participate in the cabinet proposed by the Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi, sources said. The agreement rules that...
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Several thousand Tunisian police marched to the presidential palace on Monday to demand more pay in the latest challenge to Prime Minister Habib Essid’s government after a week of protests and riots over jobs. Tunisia’s security forces are at the forefront...
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Tunisian authorities fear new social outbreak to take place, especially after the demonstrations and strikes that continued for the fifth day in a row and extended to reach half of the country’s states, by the time they actually began in the northern Kasserine region....