16 Nov, 2021

Democracy Promotion No Longer? Autocratic Diffusion and Economic Barriers to Democratic Consolidation in Tunisia

Firat Kimya | 16 November 2021

The crisis of democracy in Tunisia continues, as President Kais Saied declared an indefinite suspension of parliament, which he has depicted as a threat to the state. Amidst this crisis, the indecisive attitude of international democratic actors has disappointed many and created a power vacuum for MENA strongmen to extend their political influence on Tunisia
Democracy Promotion No Longer? Autocratic Diffusion and Economic Barriers to Democratic Consolidation in Tunisia2021-12-01T11:36:53+03:00
24 Aug, 2021

TUNISIA’S 25TH OF JULY: THE END OF A CRISIS OR THE START OF A NEW ONE

NEDRA CHERIF | 24 August 2021

The 25th of July has become a highly symbolic date in Tunisia, not only as the anniversary of the first republic’s proclamation in 1957, but also as a date marked by key events throughout the Tunisian transition. The recent exceptional measures announced by President Kais Saied on that date, however, did not come as a surprise, but rather constitute the culmination of the protracted and multifaceted crisis that has affected Tunisia for the last several years
TUNISIA’S 25TH OF JULY: THE END OF A CRISIS OR THE START OF A NEW ONE2021-08-24T14:29:25+03:00
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