Mehdi Mabrouk was the Tunisian Minister for Culture in 2012-13. He is a university professor and political activist, and has published several books and articles in Arabic and French. He was a member of the Higher Authority for the Achievement of the Aims of the Revolution, Transitional Justice and Democratic Transition, which managed Tunisia’s transition to democratic elections in 2011.
Items by Mehdi Mabrouk
- February 28, 2023 Mehdi Mabrouk
Since the beginning of the 1990s, there have been radical shifts in the scene of migration in the Mediterranean. With Italy and Spain imposing visas specifically on citizens of the Maghreb countries, the first waves of secret maritime migration will erupt, or what is known in the Maghreb countries...
- April 28, 2022 Mehdi Mabrouk
The ultimate ambition of those who supported the coup in Tunisia on the night of President Kais Saied’s introduction to his “great people”, when hundreds of cars in the capital’s upscale neighbourhoods roamed the city streets, was to rid them of the Ennahda movement, which they were unable to...
- October 12, 2020 Mehdi Mabrouk
In response to the protests in Tunisia against the draft law to protect police officers and security forces, parliament has postponed further consideration of the bill. The protesters include human rights activists and young people from radical left-wing political backgrounds, as well as national organisations concerned with defending human...
- April 5, 2017 Mehdi Mabrouk
The ninth session of the public hearings organised by Tunisia’s Truth and Dignity Commission provoked different reactions to those of previous sessions. The session was largely devoted to the testimonies of activists who had lived through various phases of the national independence struggle, in which they fought in an...