Tunisia: apprehension grows as political impasse drags on • FRANCE 24 English

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#Tunisia is grappling with a new major political crisis, after months of #instability. Since President Kaïs Saïed granted himself full powers on 25 July, his opponents, such as the Islamist #Ennahda party, have been calling for a coup. France 24’s Chief Foreign Editor tells us more.

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