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Tunisia's Minister of Culture and Heritage Preservation Ms. Sunni Mubarak and Minister of Justice Mr Omar Mansour have attended a performance at the civil prison Palmrnaqah, which is part the framework of a joint action plan.
The recent clampdown has seen the closure of two of the citys most popular venues due to a cocktail of poor funding and licensing beauracracy.
We are delighted to announce that the WorldCP profile for Tunisia is now available at the WorldCP website.
Tunisia and France agreed to strengthen bilateral co-operation in the cultural field under a declaration of intent signed Tuesday in Paris by Minister of Culture and Heritage Preservation Latifa Lakhdhar and her French counterpart Fleur Pellerin.
Le nouveau ministre de la culture de la sauvegarde du patrimoine est Madame Latifa Lakhdar Ghoul, nee le 1er fevrier 1956 a Zarzis, gouvernorat de Medenine.
The new Minister of Culture and Heritage Preservation, Mrs Latifa Lakhdhar Ghoul, was born on 1 February 1956 in Zarzis, Medenine.