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Getting Islamists on board Tunisia’s fragile transition
On October 26, Tunisians made headlines by shifting their post-Arab Spring politics in favor of a secular party, notes analyst Ariella Viehe. With more than 60 percent turnout, Tunisians elected the Nidaa Tunis party and pushed the leading Islamist party, Ennahda, into second place. Some Western analysts quickly cited this outcome as evidence of Tunisia’s political evolution, equating …
La Tunisie, d’une élection à l'autre
Pour la première fois, un parti succède à un autre par les urnes. Chose rarissime dans le monde arabe. Cette alternance a été surlignée par le fair play du parti Nahdha qui s’est empressé de féliciter Nidaa Nounès. De ce point de vue, on peut dire que le vainqueur de ces élections, c’est la démocratie… | babelmed - Culture et Société | Tunisie | Jalel El Gharbi | 2014-11-04
Recognising Palestine: the EU
Frustrated by the deadlock in the Middle East peace process, a growing number of European leaders and lawmakers are calling for unilateral, or even EU recognition of a Palestinian state. After Sweden, a second country is preparing to recognise the Palestinian state: Belgium. The four parties that make up Belgium’s federal government have agreed to recognise Palestinian statehood unilaterally, and intend to submit a motion to parliament next week. After the recognition by Sweden, the movement took a step forward on 26 November, when members of the European Parliament debated whether on a common approach for the European Union's 28 member states. In the debate, European Parliament members appeared sharply divided on what policy to endorse.
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