Tunisia’s power struggle unravels as the President and Prime Minister are now struggling over who has control over the security forces. This constitutional crisis is one of the most important threats to the democratic gains made in Tunisia since the protest movement that ended the regime of Ben Ali. This article is published by The New Arab. Here is an excerpt:
The moderate Islamist group – Tunisia’s largest party – is likely to bring up these concerns again in the coming days, The New Arab’s Arabic-language service has reported, as Saied attempts to take control of the country’s security forces.
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