According to a referendum, Tunisia is currently planning to adopt a new Constitution. The new constitution is expected to maintain the philosophy of the old one concerning the structure of the state or rights and freedoms, as well as the nature of the political system. The new constitutional text should also reconsider these aspects.
Since the Tunisian Constitution of 27 January 2014 came into force, its practical implementation has brought to light a certain number of problematic provisions where the application or interpretation have proven difficult.
This study by DRI Tunisia highlights these problematic provisions, analyzes their practice and comparative constitutional experiences, and proposes modifications and amendments intended to provide solutions for the shortcomings and insufficiencies.
This study is available in Arabic.