Constitution of Tunisia: Part 3

26 Sep 2016
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Content of the constitution Part 3

The collective work offers, through the inclusion of different perspectives, a multiple and diverse vision of the constitutional process and the new Constitution. It also aims to share experiences, as well as the findings and lessons learned. It is by no means comprehensive; rather an effort for analysis and reflection, which will be gradually completed and enhanced during the implementation process of the constitutional text.

The founding values of the second Republic in the introduction and the general principles of the Tunisian constitution
Salwa HAMROUNI

A State in society: The identity of the Tunisian state in the Constitution
Sadok BELAID

The Constitutional Court
Slim LAGHMANI

The general limitation clause in the new Tunisian Constitution: Its origins, scope and challenges
Amna GUELLALI

The rights of the child in the Constitution
Maria Luisa FORNARA

Interpretation of article 46 of the Constitution
Monia BEN JEMIA

The environment in the new Tunisian Constitution
Wahid FERCHICHI

Freedom of expression and opinion in the Tunisian Constitution
Mehdi BENCHELAH

The role of the United Nations in the Constitutional process in Tunisia and the outcome in terms of Human Rights guarantees
Dimiter CHALEV, Mazen SHAQUOURA, Abou ABASS

Economic and social rights and the Tunisian Constitution
Néji BACCOUCHE

The Parliament in the Constitution
Jean-Raphael GIULIANI

Separation and balance of powers in the Tunisian constitution
Salsabil KELIBI

Diarchy in the Tunisian Constitution
Rafaâ BEN ACHOUR

What kind of justice do we want? Fair trial in the new Tunisian Constitution
Fadhel MOUSSA

Jurisdictional control and the Constitutional court in the Tunisian Constitution
Xavier PHILIPPE

Transitional Justice. What is it? Its quality is in its nature
Khaled KCHIR

The State budget and budgetary oversight
Moncef CHEIKH-ROUHOU

The revision of the Tunisian Constitution
André ROUX

Independent constitutional bodies In the Tunisian Constitution (January 2014)
Jamel TOUIR

Armed and National Security Forces in the Tunisian Constitution of 27 January 2014
Sélim BEN ABDESSELEM

Constitution and elections
Marion VOLKMANN

Emergence of the Black Youth Movement against racism in Tunisia after the Revolution of 14
January 2011

Mansour HAMROUNI, Maha ABDELHAMID

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