Tunisia, sovereign country, it is not home to any foreign military base (Horchani)

(TAP) – There is no foreign military base in Tunisia, said National Defence Minister Farhat Horchani. Tunisia is a sovereign State. It will not host any foreign military base, he affirmed Thursday in a statement to the media on the sidelines of his visit to the Gafsa air base. “Which have been reported by some Tunisian and foreign media on the presence of a U.S. military base in Tunisia is not true,” he underlined, adding that “Tunisia is one of the rare countries that have been against military intervention in…

New political party

According to some  nearby sources, Former Minister in the regime of Ben Ali, Mondher Zneidi will launch in the coming days a new party as a democratic front. Besides, some sources revealed that former Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa founder and president of Association ”badails” (alternatives) will announce the transformation of the association to a new political party.

Tunisia-EU first summit

Federica Mogherini, the high representative of Union for foreign affairs and security policy will be coming to Tunisia on Monday 1st  November for preparing the Tunisia-EU first summit that will be held at Brussels on 1stcoming December and to launch the clean-up of the lake of Bizerte

National strategy against corruption to be implemented soon

(TAP) – The national strategy against corruption will be launched on December 9, 2016, on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, said, Thursday, President of the National Authority for Fight Against Corruption (INLUCC) Chawki Tabib. The Presidency of the Republic, the Prime Ministry, the Presidency of the House of the People’s Representatives (HPR), the National Union of Tunisian Journalists, a representative of civil society and a representative of the judiciary power will affix their signatures. “The responsibility of fight against corruption will thus be shared by all parties” and…

Constitutional Court to be installed in two or three months (Mehdi Ben Gharbia)

(TAP) – The Constitutional Court will be installed in two or three months at the latest, said Minister for Human Rights and Relations with Constitutional Bodies and Civil Society, Mehdi Ben Gharbia. “After last Sunday’s election of the Higher Judicial Council (HJC), we are now ready to install the Constitutional Court,” he pointed out. In an interview with TAP, he stressed the need to install the HJC and give it time to develop its regulations. On the fate of the projects organising the rest of the constitutional bodies, Ben Gharbia…