ARP Speaker Mohamed Ennaceur formally recognized the return of parliamentarian Mohamed Bouguerra Rachdi to the Nidaa Tounes bloc which now holds 62 seats in the 217 seat ARP.
Former UPL member Jamel Tlili, held a press conference earlier in June in which he claimed UPL President Slim Riahi had created a "committee" to extort money from businessmen, manipulate government financial records and [...]
The refurbishing of its internal party structures was an attempt by party President Slim Riahi to move beyond a series of resignations and disunion, which have seem the party quarrel with fellow governing coalition [...]
Party President Rached Ghannouchi, in the build up to the Congress, had indicated in statements, including most notably in an interview Le Monde, that the Congress would represent a historic turning point in the, [...]
Although the UPL has not formally withdrawn from the coalition government the party one of three junior coalition members announced the freezing of its activities in the ruling coalition and its various committees in [...]
Ennahda, by holding its sixty nine seats parliamentary bloc together, stands as a paragon of stability and party unity when compared to Tunisia's secular oriented parties, as the Assembly of the Representatives of the [...]
Mohamed Ennaceur, speaker of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People (ARP), formally recognized the rebalancing of the ARP's parliamentary blocs. The most significant change is the emergence of Al-Horra
Prime Minister Habib Essid will be questioned by the Assembly of the Representatives of the People (ARP) on Wednesday January 26, according to ARP spokesman Hassen Fathalli. Essid will discuss changes to the five [...]