Tunisia: EU Privileged Partner Status - Risks and Benefits for Nation

Tunis — The timing of Tunisia's access to the European Union (EU) Privileged Partner Status, under the common political declaration announced November 19, 2012 in Brussels and the approach adopted by the EU in the free movement of persons represent a major risk for Tunisia.

This was noted by several experts, academics and businessmen taking part in a panel discussion held Saturday in Tunis by the Forum for a New Republic "Nour-R".

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