Tunisia's Arabic language opposition weekly “El Mustakbel (The Future),” has resumed publishing on the occasion of the legislative and presidential campaign prior to the October 24th vote.
Tunisian voters went to the polls on Sunday re-electing President Ben Ali to a new term in office and choosing the new members of Parliament. The new edition of the newspaper includes articles about the opposition party's program and a number of national and international issues. The weekly's editor said the publication was halted due to financial problems, according to Tunisia Online. (albawaba.com)