Former Tunisian PM launches political partyFormer Tunisian Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa, who led a technocratic government in 2014, launched a new political party on Wednesday amid rising discontent over the country’s economy. Jomaa described the Tunisian Alliance as a non-ideological, merit-based party that offers an alternative for voters frustrated by Tunisia’s political transition since President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali’s ouster during the Arab Spring uprising. A number of technocrats and former ministers have joined Jomaa’s party, which is expected to face its first test in local elections at the end of the year.
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