Tunis — "If they are not free and transparent, the elections might establish dictatorship again," affirmed Thursday Mr. Habib Jaballah, at a one-day information seminar held in Tunis on "Which Proceedings for Next Elections," presiding judge of cassation court at the administrative court, saying it is necessary to provide all conditions so that the elections might actually testify to the aspirations of voters.
Tunisia: 'If Not Free and Transparent, Elections Likely to Establish Dictatorship Again' - Habib Jaballah
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