Beyond Ghannouchi

Islamism and Social Change in Tunisia

by Rikke Hostrup Haugbølle , Francesco Cavatorta
published in MER262

On October 23, 2011, for the first time since independence in 1956, Tunisians were called to the polls in free and transparent elections. They were to choose 217 members of a Constituent Assembly that for a year would play a double role: drafting a new constitution and governing the country.

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