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Tunisia

Mohamed Moncef Marzouki

Date of Birth: 7 July 1945
Place of Birth: Grombalia, Tunisia


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Saïed channels Mussolini

And with former president Moncef Marzouki he won the Chatham House Prize awarded to the person who has made 'the most significant contribution to the improvement of international relations in the previous year'...


Saïed lashes out

Not so said the country's largest party the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Ennahda party led by parliamentary speaker Rachid Ghannouchi 2011 interim President Moncef Marzouki and several other parties including the main opposition party Qalb Tounes the hardline Islamist Karama Alliance and the Workers' Party formerly the Communist Party...


Upstarts and old guards

Moncef Marzouki the human rights activist appointed President in 2011 by the post-revolution Constituent Assembly who came second in the 2014 contest with 44% of the vote is standing again...


New faces, old enmities

Also competing will be ex-president Moncef Marzouki – who is more popular abroad than at home – and some eye-catching populists if as expected the interim state president 85-year-old parliamentary Speaker and NT leader Mohammed Ennaceur follow's BCE's line by refusing to ratify controversial electoral law amendments which would ban media magnate Nabil Karoui and Parti Destourien Libre leader Abir Moussi from standing (AC Vol 60 No 13 Nobbling Nabil)...


Tunis fiddles as revolt grows

On his watch the presidency has again concentrated power meaning that whoever becomes head of state in 2019 will inherit a more powerful office than when BCE replaced Moncef Marzouki...


Grand Comore's turn

The head of the African Union observer mission Tunisian ex-President Mohamed Moncef Marzouki also found evidence of only a few 'isolated' irregularities and urged politicians to keep their calm and respect the first-round results...


One country for old men

Former President Moncef Marzouki's Congrès pour la République has now split while Ettakatol Ennahda's coalition partner in the post-Ben Ali transition is weak...


Comrades in arms deals

Ismaïl Fathali previously a colonel-major who was promoted by President Moncef Marzouki as his appointment was announced...


Heading for the hills

Tunisia's three most senior political leaders Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa Interim President Moncef Marzouki and President of the Constitutional Assembly Mustapha Ben Jaafar have together called on Tunisians to show 'national unity and cohesion against the terrorist threat'...


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