Tunisia in the period of colonialism and crises ..
On July 25th, 2018, Tunisia celebrated the 61st anniversary of the Republic, as it has been every year since the country's independence from France in 1956 at the end of the reign of Mohamed Lamin Bey and the proclamation of the republican regime in 1957. Where Habib Bourbiba assumed the presidency and became the first leader of the Tunisian Republic.
Tunisia's independence from France at that time was never easy for Tunisians after the conflicts it fought with the occupation, which in turn no longer gathered its strength, especially after the end of the Second World War and the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States of America. France therefore promised to grant independence in 1952, After the protests escalated among the citizens to exacerbate unemployment and social crisis, which exacerbated the current situation, the government of Mendes France insisted on the independence of the country and then fully recognize that Tunisia is an independent republic since 1956.
In this period of time, President Habib Bourguiba tried to remove his country from the harsh situation of marginalization, unemployment, corruption and repression of freedoms. He initiated a number of urgent reforms and issued on the margin of speed a magazine dealing with personal conditions that prevent polygamy, And make public education free and compulsory education and other reforms that made him the official president of Tunisia after the election and extends his term to five years.
Despite the passage of these serial events, French colonialism then evacuated its last soldiers in 1963 until Tunisia became a completely independent territory, after diplomatic negotiations ended in favor of Tunisia. However, the situation worsened very much in the early eighties. The protests and demonstrations that took place in the streets of the Republic as a result of the economic and social situation did not change until Habib Burguiba was ousted from power and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali took his place on November 7, 1987 until his escape was the last to Saudi Arabia On January 11, 2011, after the Tunisian people launched the revolution that began in Sidi Bouzid in December 2010 following the burning and suicide of one of the young men of the region called Mohamed Bouazizi, as a result of poverty, marginalization and injustice.
Tunisia after the Jasmine Revolution and nothing changed...
Today, we have passed the eight-year mark on the success of the Tunisians in the pressure on former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali to step down from power in an unexpected way that was not expected for the intensity of his dictatorship, but with the strong personality and charisma he had in making them a certain regime during his 23 years of rule. Social and political as well as critics and personally as a young man from the generation of his presidency as a people, The citizen had a purchasing ability to fill his position while shopping and return to his home with what the eyes craped from food, except for his harsh rule of exile in denying important figures outside the borders of the country and torturing those who were in prison, they have been kidnapped by politicians and even women who saw woe ...
My Republic is overwhelmed by crises .. When is the time?
My republic is not able to bear witness to the more severe periods of this period, as if it had been a long time since the escape of the deposed ZABA towards the land of Saudi Arabia. The protests in the entire territory of the Republic have escalated and the people have fallen into a trap. The shops nearby and far away looting and robbery and free burning of property was the best we have to keep them, but happened unless expected whatever the reasons and conditions that our country is living in the desolation is not for our benefit, but for the purposes of the noble as if some of them were not looking mainly for the members of the community of decent living, work, health and so on ...
I have lived these repeated crises from time to time and in my opinion the biggest corruption is from the head of the wick to the womb of wax, which is shared by the two, but the first is the one who must put the points on the characters from the beginning so as not to get things slowly... So when the Tunisian people exceed the threshold of crises ...?
Democracy in Tunisia
The term democracy is a new birth in Tunisia, as I pointed out in an interview with Deutsche Welle in 2014, three years after the Tunisian revolution and the lexicon of "democracy", which is considered by some as the most important of the Tunisian people. Now that I have not spoken to you, I said at that time that democracy in Tunisia is like the infant that grows in its time and is in a hurry ...
Here what I was interviewed about the Revolution in Tunisia and the democracy on Deutsche Welle TV:
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by Mohamed Ali Ben Ammar
On their official Facebook page by the date of April 23rd, 2018, the Carthage Film Festival in its 29th edition announced the opening of registrations to filmmakers to submit their projects before the deadline of next August 15th, 2018. Remembering that this year's season of CFF/ JCC will be started from November 3 to 10, 2018.
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June 22nd in a hotel in Gammarth I was present for a press conference of the International Festival of Carthage that is back in its 53rd session. The festival will be faithful to the choice of its founding fathers and the taste of its audience.
The new session (July 13 - August 19) represents a new opportunity for Tunisian artists to present their productions in various styles in the presence of joyful and beautiful hearts eager for sincere expressions of art.
This session will be divided into three spaces; The Roman Theater, The Carthage Museum, and the Carthage Acropolis. They will organize three workshops in the "Cinevog" for all lovers of the arts of theater, music and cinema. Carthage mornings will be in "Lagora" making these places a geographical and cultural extension of the International Festival of Carthage.
They are determined to achieve the success of this session. They also need to support their basic partner, which is their national media and they will provide the best working conditions for journalists. Their claim is to present a session worthy of the name of Carthage and the reputation of Tunisia.
*Some photos captured by a contributor of mine exclusively by Ghassen!
Mr Mokhtar Rassaa Festival Director reveals the full program at this Live video during a press conference for June 22nd, 2017:
Mr Rassaa is about interacting with journalists by answering on some points for this year's festival session in this interview:
Panoramic view which putting you in the right place of the conference
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360 View image of the conference room
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Thursday, April 13th at 11 AM for #Cannes2017 will be the Press Conference's Live, which will announce the Official Selection of the 70th Festival de Cannes!
Festival de Cannes plans to go live here on Thursday, April 13th.
On March, Monday 27, at the French Institute of Tunis I was in the press conference for the Forum of "Mobility & Diasporas"
The Press Conference for the Forum of "Mobilities & Diasporas" in Photos
Forum "Mobility and Diasporas" at the French Institute of Tunisia was led by the Ambassador of France, Olivier Poivre d'Arvor, accompanied by the Consul General, the Director of the French Immigration and Integration Office in Tunis, the Director of the French Institute of Tunisia and The representative of the Directorate of International Cooperation of the French Ministry of the Interior.
Q/A between journalists and the French Ambassador Mr Olivier Poivre d'Arvor on the French and Tunisian mobility in this Live video:
The committee of the Musical Days of Carthage in its fourth edition announced today on their official page on Facebook that the badge requests for the fourth session of the festival have been started and you can fill in all fields on the form in the blue button below. And after validation of your accreditation, you will be contacted by the press office which will give you the date and the place of recovery of your badge.
The French embassies in Libya and Tunisia united today to organize a festival "For Libya / Min ajl Libya" on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 March, in the spaces of the French Institute of Tunisia, to celebrate Libya , Its invaluable heritage, its unique identity, its rich culture, its artistic creation and the abundance of civil society initiatives. This joint initiative of the French Institutes of Libya and Tunisia demonstrates that another Libya is possible.
During these two days, preceded by half a day devoted to the economy (Friday, March 10, by invitation only), rich and diverse events have been organized: round tables on heritage and social sciences, meetings with Writers and poets around a literary café, lectures, an exhibition of paintings, calligraphy and photographs and a contemporary art installation. A festival of Libyan gastronomy, musical interludes and concerts of Libyan music (malouf, zoukra, touareg and rap) will accompany this festival.
The event has been held under the patronage of Mr. Jack Lang, President of the Arab World Institute (IMA) and organizer of the international conference on the endangered heritage of Abu Dhabi.
As guest of honor, Jean-Luc Martinez, president and director of the Musée du Louvre and author of the fifty French proposals to protect the heritage of humanity, will preside over the round table on the ancient heritage of Libya.
Last Sunday, February 11, at the L'Agora cultural space in La Marsa town, it was my big pleasure to be present to cover a discussion between both French writers, are the ambassador of France to Tunisia Mr. Olivier Poivre d'Arvor featuring the professor and the daughter of a former president of the Republic of France "François Mitterand" Mme Mazarine Pingeot, where she was talking about her new released Roman book under its title "THÉA". I personally not having the chance to read this interesting copy in French language until officially published to public.
Full Live discussion between Olivier Poivre d'Arvor and Mazarine Pingeot:
Some photos about the discussion: