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Media and Security Sector Governance in Tunisia

This publication contains a comprehensive collection of the legal texts governing Tunisia’s information and communication sector, including the provisions of Tunisia’s new Constitution which anchor freedoms of expression, opinion and access to information..


It is hoped that the publication can serve as a reference tool to initiate the debate around reforming legislation in the information and communication sector by identifying the gaps, overlaps and weaknesses of the laws in force.


Furthermore, the publication will provide media and civil society representatives and citizens with better access to the law. The authors hope to contribute in this way to greater transparency, accountability and to the rule of law in Tunisia.


The legislation included in this new publication can  also be found in the electronic database dedicated to the legislation of the security sector in Tunisia.    

978-92-9222-277-2
Wided Boujeh, Jonas Loetscher, and Alia Melki

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