Government Ends Internet Censorship
News: Tunisia's government has terminated the internet censorship, dubbed Ammar 404, the country's Information And Communication Minister, Mongi Marzoug said. This move highlights the commitment of the government towards facilitating access to information and promoting freedom of expression. The government was scheduled to announce about its membership to joint action for freedom of expression on the Internet Freedom online on September 7. The event is expected to provide Tunisia with a new image of a country leader in ICTs field and freedom of expression and enhance the country's role in this sector on the Maghrebi, Arab and African levels.
BMI View: The move will improve Tunisia's rating in the Industry Risks category of BMI's Risk/Reward Ratings table.