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Arrest warrants against ousted president and his relatives followed up in Interpol »
Woman to chair Tunisian Judges Union »
Mr. Mohamed Najem Gharsalli appointed as new Governor of Mahdia »
OMCT: Torture eradication, a key criterion to success of democratic transition »
Japan calls on international community to help Tunisia's democratic transition »
Suggestion to postpone Constituent Assembly's elections to be looked into on Tuesday by Cabinet »
Ras Jedir: Several Libyan politicians cross to Tunisia »
Over 100 000 visitors for "Jasmine Village " in Paris »
UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights on official visit to Tunisia »
High Authority for Elections suggests delaying vote to next October 16 »
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Politics
Arrest warrants against ousted president and his relatives followed up in Interpol
May 24, 2011
TUNIS (TAP) - A delegation made up of a representative of the Criminal Affairs Department, coming under the Justice Ministry, and an Investigating Judge from the Tunis Court of First Instance headed, for the second time, to France to attend a meeting to be held next May 25 at the Interpol Office in Lyons.
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Woman to chair Tunisian Judges Union
May 23, 2011
TUNIS (TAP) - Mrs. Raoudha Labidi has been elected, on Monday, as chairwoman of the Tunisian Judges Union (SMT).
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Mr. Mohamed Najem Gharsalli appointed as new Governor of Mahdia
May 23, 2011
TUNIS (TAP) - Interim President Foued Mebazaa decided to appoint Mr. Mohamed Najem Gharsalli as new Governor of Mahdia, the Interior Minister announced on Monday.
 
Last Updated on Monday, May 23, 2011 19:55
OMCT: Torture eradication, a key criterion to success of democratic transition
May 23, 2011
TUNIS (TAP) - The eradication of torture is a fundamental criterion for the success of democratic transition, World Organisation against Torture (OMCT) delegation members pointed during a news conference, held on Monday in Tunis at the end of their one-week stay in Tunisia.
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Japan calls on international community to help Tunisia's democratic transition
May 23, 2011
TUNIS (TAP) - Japan's Foreign Minister Takeaki Matsumoto called on the international community to help Tunisia in its democratic transition.
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