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TunisiaTunisia

Wed 20 Aug 2014 On 26 January 2014 Tunisia’s parliament adopted a new constitution, which is seen as a crucial step to getting the democratic transition back on track for establishing full democracy. The document was drafted by the National Constituent Assembly (NCA), an assembly of Tunisian Islamists, leftists and liberals that was elected in October 2011 to write the new constitution.

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AlbaniaAlbania

Mon 14 Jul 2014 Albania gained EU candidate status on June 24th, 2014 after reform efforts and encouragements were agreed by the EU's Enlargement Commissioner. This is a key step for a country that still undergoes major corruption and crime issues.
On Sunday 23 June, the 2013 parliamentary elections took place in which the Alliance for a European Albania won convincingly by obtaining 57.7% of the votes (84... Read full update

AlgeriaAlgeria

Mon 14 Jul 2014 In the beginning of 2011, widespread protests broke out over the sudden increase in staple food prices. The government lowered the food prices, but the Arab spring in neighbouring countries inspired labour unions, opposition parties and religious groups to organise large-scale protests across the entire country. In late February, Bouteflika’s government lifted the 19-year state of emergency... Read full update

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