Tunisia is drafting a bill on economic emergency that will enable the government to bypass bureaucratic hurdles and speed up large-scale projects to create jobs and boost growth.
This move comes amid increasing pressure from IMF to reform the economy.
Since its 2011 uprising,the country has been struggling with administrative and bureaucratic obstacles for local and foreign investors.
Economic adviser, Ridha Saidi, says the Parliament will start debates on the new bill aimed at reducing obstacles in the economy.
By the new law ,Tunisia is committed to providing a better investment climate for investors.