Eleven more deputies in Tunisia's Assembly of the Representatives of the People (ARP) resigned from Nidaa Tounes on Monday, joining Mohsen Marzouk's as of yet unnamed breakaway political movement. The resignations bring Nidaa Tounes [...]
Mohsen Marzouk's rival rally in Tunis, the former Secretary General of Nidaa Tounes, drew far larger crowds than Nidaa Tounes's Party Congress in Sousse
Rached Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda party, was the center of attention on the first day of the Nidaa Tounes party congress in Sousse on Saturday.
Tunisian President, and founder of Nidaa Tounes, Beji Caid Essebsi opened a two day party congress in Sousse, a day after seventeen deputies resigned from the party.
Mohsen Marzouk announced he intends to create a new political party comprised of his fellow Nidaa Tounes defectors and 'other political figures'.