Tunisia’s political transition gained new momentum in early 2014, with the resolution of a political deadlock, the adoption of a new Constitution and the appointment of a new government. The national dialogue platform, brokered by key civil society organizations, played a crucial role in gathering all major political parties.
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October 6, 2015 — World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb, Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly discusses the Bank’s commitment to adapting to changes in the region by ‘doing things differently.”
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This section highlights the Bank's extensive analytical work on issues critical to the success of the transition in Tunisia and future growth and shared prosperity. Learn about the World Bank's most recent reports on Tunisia.
Since the revolution, the World Bank Group has adjusted its overall strategy to support the goals of the transition. The bulk of this support has been in the form of a series of Development Policy Loans (DPLs),
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