Blueprint for the times

November 2002
Middle East;Nov2002, Issue 328, p35
Analyzes the role of Tunisia's national values of freedom, tolerance and solidarity in its economic performance, as of November 2002. Meaning of a free nation according to Tunisia's president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali; Areas that reflects the presence of tolerance in Tunisia; Meaning of the term 'solidarity' in Tunisia; Significance of National Solidarity Fund in propagating the message of solidarity in Tunisia.


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