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Corruption ‘rampant’ in Tunisia state institutions

The newly appointed Tunisian Interior Minister Hichem Fourati sits prior to a confidence bill during a plenary session at the Tunisian parliament in the capital Tunis on July 28, 2018. (AFP)

Amir Bouka
Press TV, Tunis

A report by the Tunisian National Statistics Institute shows that over 60 percent of Tunisians believe corruption is rampant in many state institutions. This report comes a month after lawmakers approved a bill that forces the president, ministers, judges, journalists and others to declare their assets.

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