Explosion of creative energy

October 1999
Middle East;Oct99, Issue 294, Tunisia p19
Focuses on the emancipation of women in Tunisia. Legislation to give women equal rights with men in matters such as divorce, custody and inheritance; Promotion of women in social, economic and cultural sectors.


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