The New Tunisian Legislative Framework: A Focus on Press and Audiovisual Media

Cover: The New Tunisian Legislative Framework
Author(s):
Joan Barata Mir (Commissioned by Internews)
Author(s) note:

The New Tunisian Legislative Framework is an analysis of the two recent major laws aimed at regulating the media in Tunisia. This is a follow-up to an earlier Internews study, Political and Media Transitions in Tunisia, which looked at media policy and regulatory environment in Tunisia up to August 2011. Both studies are part of Internews Network’s Middle East and North Africa Media Policy Initiative.

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