Appointed Tunisia’s ambassador to France in 2012, the first following the “Tunisian Revolution”, Adel Fekih was the spokesperson in Paris for a pluralist Tunisia in full democratic transition. He defended the Tunisian model in the French political and media space. An activist of the Ettakatol party and a member of the Socialist International in which he represented his party, he made a career in industry. A graduate in engineering from Ohio State University and from ESCP Business School (MBA), he is currently vice president responsible for Africa with the Airbus Group.
The Nobel Peace Prize 2015 awarded on 9 October to the Quartet conducting the national dialogue in Tunisia since 2013 marked an unequivocal acknowledgement of the success of Tunisia’s transition model. Beyond the institutions composing this Quartet (employers, trade unions, the Order of lawyers and the Human Rights League), it serves to recognise Tunisian civil society as a whole as the chief vector of the expression of popular views and of the Tunisian “exception”....
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