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National Destourian Initiative
National Destourian Initiative (Arabic: المبادرة الوطنية الدستورية‎‎, French: Initiative nationale destourienne) or El Moubadra was a centristpolitical party in Tunisia that merged into Long Live Tunisia in 2019.[4] Emerging from the Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD) of ousted president Ben Ali, it was formed after the Tunisian revolution on 1 April 2011.
National Destourian Initiative
المبادرة الوطنية الدستورية
French nameInitiative nationale destourienne
AbbreviationInitiative
PresidentKamel Morjane
Founded1 April 2011
Dissolved29 May 2019
Merged intoLong Live Tunisia
IdeologyCentrism[1]
Progressivism[2]
Bourguibism[3]
Website
elmoubadara.com
The party was led by Kamel Morjane, former Defence and Foreign Minister under Ben Ali.[5] The party assertively supported the representation of former RCD members in post-revolutionary politics.[6]
After the Party of Freedom for Justice and Development, the Party of Independence, the Party of Tomorrow's Tunisia and the Party of Third Path merged into The Initiative on 30 July 2014,[7][8] the party openly presented itself as the National Destourian Initiative.[9]
References
  1. ^ Chrisafis, Angelique (19 October 2011), "Tunisia's political parties" (PDF), The Guardian, retrieved 24 October 2011
  2. ^ "Tunisie. Les Destouriens s'agrègent autour de Kamel Morjane et El Moubaradara", Kapitalis (in French), 31 March 2012, retrieved 19 November 2018
  3. ^ "Tunisie : Le Bourguibisme toujours d'actualité". Webmanagercenter. 8 April 2019. Retrieved 16 September 2019.
  4. ^ Al Mongi Al Saidani (9 August 2019). "98 Candidates Running in Tunisia Presidential Election". Asharq Al-Awsat. Retrieved 18 August 2019.
  5. ^ Bollier, Sam (9 October 2011), Who are Tunisia's political parties?, Al Jazeera English, retrieved 22 Oct 2011
  6. ^ Mzioudet, Houda (9 October 2011), The Initiative Party: Don’t Exclude Former RCD Members, tunisia-live.net, archived from the original on 11 October 2011, retrieved 23 Oct 2011
  7. ^ Four parties merge into Destourian National Initiative
  8. ^ Six parties merge under aegis of Tunisian National Destourian initiative
  9. ^ Tunisia Needs Bourguiba's Ideas - National Destourian Initiative
External links
Official website(in Arabic)
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