Since the Tunisian Constitution was adopted in 2014, DRI has accompanied the democratic transition process in Tunisia and continually monitored the implementation of the constitution.
According to Article 148 of the constitution, the constitutional court should have been put in place within a year of the first parliamentary elections, which took place in 2014. Yet, it still remains absent to this day – an absence that has significant negative effects on Tunisia’s judicial order and the functioning of its political system.
DRI Tunisia recently organised a colloquium to discuss the obstacles to the creation of the court as well as potential ways forward. Read the full story in French.