Tunisia Plans Reforms After Wave of Anti-Austerity Protests
The government has announced a package of social reforms aimed at improving care for the needy and increasing access to health care following a wave of anti-austerity protests.
The Conversation Africa, 25 January 2018
There is something about January in Tunisia. In 1984, the famous bread riots, which almost brought down the regime of Habib Bourguiba, happened in January. January 2011 saw the… Read more »
The Conversation Africa, 18 January 2018
Seven years ago in January a popular uprising in Tunisia ousted President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. This year over 770 Tunisian civilians have been detained and one civilian has… Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 14 January 2018
Tunisia's government has announced a new package of social reforms worth nearly $70 million. The North African country has been rocked by protests ahead of the seventh anniversary… Read more »
Anti-government protest in Tunisia (file photo).
RSF, 12 January 2018
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns police harassment of journalists covering a ten-day-old wave of anti-austerity protests in Tunisia. The pressure has included the brief… Read more »