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TUNISIA

Tunisia is an emerging democracy. Its President is elected directly by the people and is head of state and government. The unicameral parliament is elected directly. Tunisia recently held its first contested elections.
CURRENT GOVERNMENT
President Ben Ali, Zine El Abidine
Prime Minister Ghannouchi, Mohamed
Min. of State & Special Adviser to the President Ben Dhia, Abdelaziz
Min. for Agriculture, Environment, & Hydraulic Resources Haddad, Habib
Min. for Communication Technologies & Transport Rabah, Sadok
Min. for Culture, Youth, & Leisure Hermassi, Abdelbaki
Min. for Defense Jazi, Dali
Min. for Development & International Cooperation Jouini, Mohamed Nouri
Min. for Education & Training Rouissi, Moncer
Min. for Employment Laroussi, Chadli
Min. for Infrastructure, Housing, & Urban Planning Belaid, Slaheddine
Min. for Finance Baccar, Taoufik
Min. for Foreign Affairs Ben Yahia, Habib
Min. for Higher Education, Scientific Research, & Technology Chaabane, Sadok
Min. for Industry & Energy Ben Abdallah, Moncef
Min. for the Interior & Local Development M'henni, Hedi
Min. for Justice & Human Rights Tekkari, Bechir
Min.-Dir. of the Presidential Cabinet Ouederni, Ahmed Eyadh
Min. for Public Health M'barek, Habib
Min. for Religious Affairs Jeribi, Jelloul
Min. for Social Affairs & Solidarity Neffati, Chedli
Min. for Sport Zouari, Abderrahim
Min. for State Domains & Affairs Grira, Ridha
Min. for Tourism, Trade, & Handicrafts Zenaidi, Mondher
Min. for Women's Affairs, Family, & Childhood Ben Yedder, Naziha
Governor, Central Bank Daous, Mohamed
Ambassador to the US Atallah, Hatem
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Mejdoub, Noureddine