Constitution of Tunisia: Part 2

26 Sep 2016
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The process of the constitution Part 2

The second part covers the analysis of its different provisions. UNDP has chosen a method that providea a space of a neutral and impartial reflection, thus bringing together, in a constructive way, the various stakeholders who took part in the transition process, observers and experts, both national and foreign.

The new constitution
Francis DELPÉRÉE

Transition: the art of compromise
Ahmed NÉJIB-CHEBBI

The Tunisian revolution in its constitutional manifestations
Yadh BEN ACHOUR

A first-hand witness of the democratic transition alongside Béji Caïd Essebsi
Moëz Sinaoui

The General rapporteur of the constitution and of the joint commission for the coordination and drafting of the new constitution
Habib KHEDHER

The elections of 23 October 2011
Chawki GADDES

The civilian character of the Tunisian State
Ghazi GHERAIRI

The establishment of the National Constituent Assembly and the launching of its work
Mouldi AL-RIAHI

The National Constituent Assembly and the civil society: What is the relationship?
Badreddine ABDELKAFI

Beginning and organization of the work of the constituent committees
Adel BSILI

The Tunisian Constitution: the evolution of a text
Hédi ABDELKEFI

The evolution of Political Islam during the transition
Rached GHANNOUCHI

The Ennahda Movement confronted to the constitutional drafting process:
From Shariah to freedom of conscience

Zied KRICHEN

Structure and evolution of the political landscape during the transition
Salah Eddine AL JOURCHI

Radical religious movements during the transition. The example of Ansar Al-Sharia in Tunisia: Growth and development prospects 2011-2014
Alaya ALLANI

The Tunisian Constitution tested against the revolutionary ideal
Hela YOUSFI

The civil society in the transition
Souhayr BELHASSEN

Observing the National Constituent Assembly
Amira YAHAYOUI

The constitution-making process and civil society: from negation to acceptance?
Jawher BEN MBAREK

The national role of the Tunisian General Labour Union
Houcine ABBASSI

Dialogue among the parties in April 2013
Aziz KRICHEN

Dissolving tensions between the groups and resuming the work of the Constituent Assembly The Transitional experiment in Tunisia: between conflict and agreement
Mohamed EL HAMDI

From division to consensus: The role and contribution of the Consensus Committee
Rym MAHJOUB

The National Assembly at the heart of the transition process
Olivier PIERRE-LOUVEAUX

Creating dialogue and guaranteeing respect — Chairing the Plenary Sessions
Mehrezia LAABIDI

The Tunisian Constitution of 2014: a story of crisis resolution
Kmar BEN DANA

The constitutional debates of 3 - 26 January 2014
Sahbi KHALFAOUI

Competing and collaborating legitimacies in the democratic transition in Tunisia
Jonathan MURPHY

Reflections on Constitution-Making around the world: Comparative good practice and lessons learned
Charles CHAUVEL

The journey of transitional justice in Tunisia: From civil movement to legislation
Amin AL-GHALI

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