First elections of the High Judicial Council (HJC) in the history of Tunisia

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Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said, on Sunday, the Republic of Tunisia “is experiencing today a milestone in the history of Tunisia and the judiciary”, refering to the holding of the first elections of the High Judicial Council (HJC). In a message to the judicial community and published on the official page of the Prime Ministry, Chahed said that this new stage in the process of the introduction of constitutional institutions “is likely to contribute to the consecration of the foundations of the independence of the judiciary for which militated entire generations of Tunisians.” It also lays the foundation for building the institutions of the 2nd Republic under the Constitution, he said. The Prime Minister also congratulated all Tunisians as well as all components of the judicial system for this important step, which he said, will be a step towards the completion of the democratic transition process in the country.

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