Posted November 14, 2018 09:14:03The Government of Tunisia’s development plan is an enormous project, one that has been developed in a hurry.
This article will show you how to apply this plan to the four years of the government’s rule.
It will explain the key decisions that are made every month and show how they are applied to create a sustainable and equitable development model.
The four yearsThe first yearThe first five years are divided into four phases.
The first five months of the new government’s term of office is a period of intense debate and debate on the future of Tunisia.
In that time, it will focus on the implementation of key decisions taken during the previous five years.
The government is expected to make several policy decisions, such as a national dialogue, the drafting of new legislation, and the establishment of a cabinet.
The fourth and final phase will see the adoption of a new constitution, which will be ratified by a majority vote.
The new constitutionThe constitution is a document that will define the government and its functions.
It includes a set of key provisions, the constitution, and will be published at the beginning of January 2019.
The Constitution is the document that sets the foundation of the democratic institutions of the country, and serves as a guideline for all future government actions.
This document sets out the new administration’s agenda, its priorities, and sets the basis for its future decisions.
The constitution has been designed to ensure that the new Tunisian government follows the principles laid out in the constitution and does not stray from those set out in it.
The constitution defines the government by establishing a president, the cabinet, the judicial system, and all institutions related to the state.
The Constitution is an important document, because it provides the government with an authoritative framework to govern and to make decisions.
The new constitution provides the necessary mechanisms to govern the country and ensure the implementation and maintenance of its policies.
It also establishes the conditions for the future administration to make its decisions, and establishes the limits of its powers.
A key part of the constitution is the “national dialogue”.
During the first five weeks of the first government’s terms of office, the government will hold an open and frank dialogue to find common ground.
At the end of the four-month period, a joint statement will be signed by the new and previous governments.
The leaders of the two governments will discuss the process of the drafting and signing of the agreement.
The joint statement and the subsequent draft of the document will then be signed.
The document will be sent to the cabinet.
The first four months of a presidencyThe second phase of the Tunisian presidency is an exciting time.
The next four months will see a significant change in the political situation in the country.
The Tunisian President will be elected on May 25.
The election will take place in the first week of November 2019, with the results expected to be announced on December 5.
In Tunisia, the Presidency is an elected office.
The country’s electoral system, known as the National Assembly, has been in place since 1952.
At that time it was abolished.
After the dissolution of the Assembly in 1955, the new presidency was created.
The president serves as the head of state for the duration of the Presidency.
In this role, he or she can appoint and dismiss ministers and deputies, set national policy, and manage the national economy.
In addition, the president can make important decisions in other areas of government, such the distribution of taxes, the allocation of funds, and more.
The presidency can also make decisions concerning the allocation and control of foreign investment.
The second four monthsThe presidency is one of the most important positions in Tunisia.
The President has an enormous amount of power and responsibility, but it is the Presidency that has to be respected.
This is because the new president must be able to make important political decisions and must be responsible to the Tunisians.
This requires the President to be responsive to the needs of the people, the Tunisarians and the country as a whole.
The second four-months of the presidency will be a period where the new President will have to face a number of challenges.
First, the presidency must be accountable to the people.
The role of the president should be to be a representative of the citizens and of the republic.
The president must make decisions on their behalf and act in their interests.
He or she must be open and transparent in dealing with the people and must have a sense of purpose.
The Tunisian Presidency has an important role in Tunisia, and it is important that the President respects the mandate and responsibilities of the office.
In order to achieve this, the President must demonstrate his or her capacity to lead.
The Presidency will also be important for the Presidency, because the presidency represents the will of the whole people and therefore it must be respected and protected.
Second, the presidential role will have an important impact on the economy.
The office represents the people in Tunisia and will shape how the