Ben Ali on the road to pluralism in Tunisia

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Bin ʻAlī, Zayn al-ʻĀbidīn, Pluralism (Social sciences) -- Tunisia, Democracy -- Tunisia, Political participation -- Tunisia, Tunisia -- Politics and government --

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StatementSadok Chaabane.
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LC ClassificationsJQ3336 .C43 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination138 p. :
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Open LibraryOL690425M
ISBN 100937165077
LC Control Number97037520

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Ben Ali: On the Road to Pluralism in Tunisia by Sadok Chaabane This book seeks to describe Tunisia's road to pluralism today, after several decades of autocratic rule Cart: 0 Items.

Ben Ali on the Road to Pluralism in Tunisia. This is the story behind a success story because, as a quick glance at all of its neighbors confirms, Tunisia has been the most successful of the states of the Arab Maghreb.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Introducing the book, journalist Georges Alam pointed out that Tunisia of the Change has managed, under President Ben Ali's leadership, to build over the past 22 years a remarkable political.

Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (Arabic: زين العابدين بن علي ‎, Zayn al-'Ābidīn bin 'Alī; 3 September – 19 September ), commonly known as Ben Ali (Arabic: بن علي ‎) or Ezzine (Arabic: الزين ‎), was a Tunisian politician who was the second President of Tunisia from until his fall in Ben Ali was appointed Prime Minister in October President: Habib Bourguiba.

Last February, Ben Ali told the Party that it will remain "the party of leadership today and tomorrow" because it helped the country make giant steps on the road of progress. Tunisia today is one. Religious Education and Pluralism in Egypt and Tunisia.

Muhammad Faour. the “road to strength and success,” the main theme stems from two verses in the Quran that call for clinging to religion’s directives because religion is the force that bonds the people together in affection and brotherhood.

Ben Ali appointed Mohamed Charfi.

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The author of Ben Ali and the Road to Pluralism (available from the AET Book Club) was pleased to meet with us, and recalled an earlier interview with Washington Report executive editor Richard Curtiss (see Nov./Dec.

issue, p. 76), when Chaabane was minister of justice. Tamimi introduces the thought of Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi, the renowned Islamist political activist who heads Tunisia's most important--albeit banned--Islamist political opposition to the current authoritarian regime of Zine Abidine Ben Ali.

Ghannouchi is the leader of a school in modern Islamic political thought that advocates democracy and pluralism. Tunisia does have aspects of pluralism.

Nine parties are competing in the parliamentary election, six of them pro-government. But the system is structured to guarantee the hegemony of Ben Ali. Home > Books > Tunisia > Page 1 of 1. Books. Browse: Ben Ali: On the Road to Pluralism in Tunisia by Sadok Chaabane $ $ Quick Links.

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Comparing the Tunisian, Egyptian revolutions. Although the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions started in a similar manner, the latter has been far more successful, and perhaps can be attributed to the climate of pluralism and democracy that characterized Tunisian society even before former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's departure.

Despite Ben Ali’s removal from power (he sought refuge in Saudi Arabia on January 14 after France, his long-time protector and former colonial master, refused him entry) there is still considerable uncertainty in Tunisia as various political factions jostle for influence.

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Mr Ben Ali, 74, is only Tunisia's second president since independence from France in He was last re-elected in with % of the vote. Tourists going home. (26 Jan ) Tunisia - Tension AP Television Tunis - 13 January 1.

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Sep. 3, ; second president of Tunisia, ; in office Nov. 7, (bloodless coup d'état) to Jan. 14,when he was forced to.

Tunisia turns the page on Ben Ali With the burial in Saudi exile Saturday of former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia is turning the page on more than two decades of. Though the removal of Ben Ali's corrupt regime will undoubtedly be positive for Tunisia's long-term growth, Mohamed Ben Romdhane, an economist Author: Rachel Linn.

But unity is a challenge in Tunisia, where democratic transition has brought unprecedented pluralism in political and social spheres alike. Under Ben Ali’s regime, free.

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With the burial in Saudi exile Saturday of former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia is turning the page on more than two decades of nepotism and repression with a large dose of indifference.

Tunis spruced itself up for a gala event at the end of last month, the triumphant celebration of what Zine Abidine ben Ali has done since he deposed Habib Bourguiba last November.

With the burial in Saudi exile Saturday of former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia is turning the page on more than two decades of nepotism and repression with a. Although the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions started in a similar manner, the latter has been far more successful, and perhaps can be attributed to the climate of pluralism and democracy that characterized Tunisian society even before former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's departure.Tunisia's former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was buried in the holy city of Madinah on Saturday, after he died in exile in Saudi Arabia.

Ben Ali, who died on Thursday in the city of Jeddah.Reflecting the pluralism that has emerged since Ben Ali's downfall, two non-establishment candidates made it through the first round of a presidential poll held on Sunday -- one a socially conservative academic committed to radical decentralisation of power, the other a .