Could Tunisia’s political crisis deepen? | Inside Story

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Tunisia’s political crisis began in July when the President sacked the prime minister, suspended parliament and assumed executive power.

Kais Saied insisted it was not a coup.

Two months on, he still has not named a prime minister, nor revealed plans for reform.

And he has extended his powers until further notice.

On Saturday, protesters angry at the president faced supporters who insisted Saied was carrying out the people’s will.

So what is next for Tunisia?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Amel Azzouz – Ennahda party member.

Mohamed-Dhia Hammami – Political Science Researcher, Syracuse University’s Maxwell School.

Cherif El Kadhi – Political Commentator.

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