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Independent High Authority for Elections
The Independent High Authority for Elections (Arabic: الهيئة العليا المستقلة للانتخابات‎‎ al-Hay’a al-‘Ulyā al-Mustaqilla lil-’Intikhābāt, French: Instance supérieure indépendante pour les élections or ISIE pronounced [iˈzi]) is a government agency in charge of organizing and supervising elections and referendums in Tunisia.[1]
Independent High Authority for Elections
الهيئة العليا المستقلة للانتخابات
Instance supérieure indépendante pour les élections
Agency overview
FormedApril 18, 2011
Preceding agency
JurisdictionTunisia
HeadquartersTunis, Tunisia
36°50′52.4″N​10°16′28.5″E
Agency executive
Nabil Baffoun, President
Website
www.isie.tn
ISIE Press Conference led by then-president Kamel Jendoubi on 16 August 2011
References
^ "Elections in Tunisia: Selection of the New Independent High Authority for Elections" (PDF). International Foundation for Electoral Systems. 24 January 2014. Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 December 2014. Retrieved 23 November 2014.

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