Movement Ettajdid

The [http://ettajdid.org Movement Ettajdid] ("Movement for Renewal") is a political party in Tunisia. It evolved out of the Tunisian Communist Party. In the 1999 parliamentary elections it received 1.04%, and it won five seats in the 1999 Tunisian parliament. The general secretary of M-Ettajdid is Mohamed Harmel. At the last legislative elections, on 24 October 2004, the party won 1.0% of the popular vote and 3 out of 189 seats. The same day, its candidate, Mohamed Ali Halouani, won 1.0% in the presidential election. M-Ettajdid publishes " [http://attariq.org at-Tariq al-Jadid] " (New Path).


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