Cancelled Tunis summit divides Arab world

April 2004
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;4/2/2004, Vol. 48 Issue 14, p3
Trade Publication
Deals with the diplomatic crisis facing the Arab world when Tunisia unexpectedly cancelled an Arab League summit it was due to host on March 29, 2004 after its reforming agenda was rejected by the majority of delegates. Reaction of Egypt on the cancelled summit; Factors that contribute to the summit's cancellation; Divisions among Arab countries on the issue of democratic reform; Comments from Amr Moussa, Arab League secretary-general.


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