Nouri Lajmi is the President of the High Independent Communication Authority (HAICA) of Tunisia since 2013. Doctor in information sciences, he taught journalism at the Press and Information Sciences Institute at Manouba University in Tunis before leaving for Canada. He lived in the province of Quebec for more than ten years, where he collaborated with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), the Center for Research in Public Law of the University of Montreal (CRDP) and with the Department of information and communication from Laval University in Quebec. Mr Laimi is the author of several scientific texts and studies on journalism, media regulation and journalistic ethics.
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