The 2011 Liberian general election was held on 11 October 2011, with a presidential runoff election held on 8 November 2011. The presidency, as well as all seats in the House of Representatives and half of the seats in the Senate, were up for election. The election was orgainised for the first time by the National Elections Commission (NEC).
Since women gained suffrage in 1959, the Tunisian government has been a decisive player in creating and maintaining space for the women’s movement. The politics of Tunisia function within a framework of a republic organized under a constitution with a president serving as head of state and a Prime Minister as head of government.