26 May 2011

Supporting the challenges of democratic transition in Tunisia: A call for prompt action from the G8

Rym Ayadi

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At the G8 meeting in Deauville, May 26-27, the leaders of the world’s major economies are called upon in a new CEPS Commentary by Rym Ayadi to make a major commitment to support the Tunisian people’s quest for inclusive and sustainable economic and social development, following the Jasmine Revolution early this year.

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