Islam in the Constitution and in Politics: Is Tunisia An Exception in the Arab Spring ?
Hmed, Choukri (2014), Islam in the Constitution and in Politics: Is Tunisia An Exception in the Arab Spring ?, Debating Law and Religion Series, New Haven, UNITED STATES
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleDebating Law and Religion Series
Conference cityNew Haven
Conference countryUNITED STATES
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Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Sciences Sociales [IRISSO]
Abstract (EN)Tunisia is often presented as an exception in the Arab-Muslim world for its legal and political systems being more secular than those of other Arab countries. The Arab Spring started there in December 2010, and the Constituent Assembly of Tunisia was elected in October 2011. A constitution was finally adopted by consensus in January 2014. Throughout this process, the role of Islam as the religion of the state has remained subject to intense debate.
Subjects / KeywordsArab Spring; Constitution; Islam; Political Philosophy
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