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Wikileaks “arabo”: Tunisi (da al-Akhbar)

2010-12-02
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09TUNIS129 Date06/03/2009 12:05 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summaryThe Government of Tunisia (GOT) prohibits demonstrations that
are not pre-approved and is capable of controlling and
dispersing one in the unlikely event one could be mustered
without their knowledge. The only known group capable of
implementing this type of demonstration would be the Tunisian
labor union UGTT. تتمة 

09TUNIS223 Date08/04/2009 07:49 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) In back-to-back meetings at the Foreign Ministry
today the Ambassador was given a letter from Foreign Minister
Abdallah to NEA AA/S Feltman offering negotiations to resolve
the American Cooperative School in Tunis (ACST) tax issue.
The letter emphasized that the GOT wants to maintain friendly
relations with the United States and views the school tax
issue as a technical, fiscal matter. تتمة

09TUNIS314 Date21/05/2009 05:14 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(C) The May 11-13 US-Tunisian Joint Military Commission
(JMC) saw productive exchanges on a variety of topics
relating to bilateral military cooperation. The Tunisians
were more forthcoming than they have been in recent years
about their priorities with respect to military assistance
needs تتمة

09TUNIS338 Date03/06/2009 04:35 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
S/NF) Sakhr El-Matri President Ben Ali’s son-in-law
attended a reception hosted by the Ambassador May 26. He
stayed for two hours talking with a wide variety of the
guests, especially the Americans. تتمة

09TUNIS399 Date18/06/2009 05:58 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) The International Red Cross Committee Regional
(ICRC) Delegate Yves Arnoldy told the Ambassador ICRC
priorities in Tunisia are overcrowding in general and
treatment of prisoners in MOI facilities. The ICRC has a good
working relationship with the Ministry of Justice, but the
Ministry of Interior will take more time. تتمة

09TUNIS415 Date23/06/2009 03:49 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) A senior MFA official convoked the German, Italian
and Spanish Chiefs of Mission June 19 to inform them the GOT
wants the Tunisian detainees in Guantanamo Camp returned
home. According to the European COMs, the implicit message
was that their governments should not accept the US request
to take Tunisian detainees. تتمة

09TUNIS454 Date09/07/2009 04:30 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(C/NF) What was to be a routine Elective General Assembly
for the Tunisian-American Chamber of Commerce turned out to
be less so when TACC’s President, Mondher Ben Ayed, announced
he was not running for re-election. تتمة

ID09TUNIS472 Date15/07/2009 04:20 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) The International Committee of the Red Cross
(ICRC) Tunisian Coordinator for Regional Protection Francesco
Bruscoli (strictly protect) informed acting P/E Counselor
July 14 on the margins of a reception that the ICRC had
recently visited the two former Guantanamo detainees
imprisoned in Tunisia. تتمة

09TUNIS492 Date17/07/2009 04:19 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) By many measures, Tunisia should be a close US
ally. But it is not. While we share some key values and the
country has a strong record on development, Tunisia has big
problems. President Ben Ali is aging, his regime is
sclerotic and there is no clear successor. تتمة

09TUNIS920 Date21/12/2009 03:18 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) Representative Michael Conaway (R-TX) and Tunisian
Foreign Minister Abdelwaheb Abdallah discussed intelligence
cooperation, the Middle East peace process, and bilateral
trade, investment, and assistance during a December 19
meeting. تتمة

10TUNIS34 Date15/01/2010 04:38 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
C) The main feature of President Ben Ali’s January 14
shuffle of his cabinet is continuity, combined with an
apparent intent to recalibrate (to what extent remains
unclear) Tunisia’s relationship with the U.S., which has
stagnated in recent years. تتمة

10TUNIS101 Date09/02/2010 12:13 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(C) In the course of a February 8 courtesy call on
newly-appointed Defense Minister Grira, the Ambassador
reviewed the historically close cooperation between
the U.S. and Tunisian militaries; stressed the need to
expand military engagement and cooperation in light
of the threat posed by terrorism and especially AQIM تتمة

08TUNIS568 Date28/05/2008 12:04 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S) In the latest in a long string of questionable
business deals, the Ben Ali clan has recently entered the
banking business, assuming leadership of Tunisia’s most
profitable private bank — Banque de Tunisie (BT). In April,
Alya Abdallah, wife of Foreign Minister Abdalwahab Abdallah,
became President of BT تتمة

08TUNIS962 Date29/08/2008 04:02 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(C) Madame Secretary, my team and I look forward to your
visit to Tunis. President Ben Ali and Foreign Minister
Abdallah are delighted you are coming and will provide a warm
welcome. They will want to hear your thoughts on regional
issues and to reaffirm strong US-Tunisian relations. تتمة

08TUNIS975 Date02/09/2008 03:55 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(C) Nineteen Tunisians have been convicted of varying
degrees of involvement in terror planning in two separate
trials in the past two weeks. One of the defense attorneys
who represented clients in both cases offered his assessment
that a few of those convicted had indeed intended to carry
out attacks in Tunisia. تتمة

08TUNIS1137 Date04/11/2008 11:07 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) Over the last two years, GOT officials have said
Guantanamo detainees transferred to Tunisia will not be
tortured or mistreated. President Ben Ali reiterated this
“promise” to the Secretary in September. تتمة

09TUNIS108 Date26/02/2009 01:59 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) Mohamed Sakhr El-Matri, the President’s
son-in-law, is viewed by many as a possible successor to
President Ben Ali. Ref B reported his election to the ruling
Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD) party’s Central
Committee in July 2008. تتمة

09TUNIS109 Date26/02/2009 03:15 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
(S/NF) Mohamed Sakhr El-Matri, the President’s
son-in-law, is viewed by many as a possible successor to
President Ben Ali. Ref B reported his election to the ruling
Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD) party’s Central
Committee in July 2008. تتمة

09TUNIS129 Date06/03/2009 12:05 OriginEmbassy Tunis ClassificationSECRET//NOFORN Header

Excerpt from document summary
The Government of Tunisia (GOT) prohibits demonstrations that
are not pre-approved and is capable of controlling and
dispersing one in the unlikely event one could be mustered
without their knowledge. تتمة

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