Tunisia

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Once Upon a Time in Nazi Occupied Tunisia review – horror, humour and forgotten history
Adrian Edmondson plays a psychopath in Josh Azouz’s nuanced tragicomedy about Jewish-Arab relations in 1942

Arifa Akbar

27, Aug, 2021 @12:42 PM

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A coup or not? Tunisian activists grapple with president’s power grab
While Saied’s shutdown of parliament has outsiders worried, in Tunisia he has 87% support and civil society remains strong

Simon Speakman Cordall in Tunis

05, Aug, 2021 @11:43 AM

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Tunisia shows that democracy will struggle if it can’t deliver prosperity
Political liberty has been overturned – with majority support. That will delight authoritarians everywhere

Simon Tisdall

01, Aug, 2021 @7:30 AM

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The Guardian view on Arab democracies: the least worst option | Editorial
Editorial: Benevolent dictatorship is not the answer to the region’s real problems

Editorial

29, Jul, 2021 @5:54 PM

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Tell us: how are you affected by the political situation in Tunisia?
We’d like to hear from people living in Tunisia about the political situation

Guardian community team

29, Jul, 2021 @11:58 AM

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Tunisia in turmoil as president purges officials and seizes judicial power
Days after PM’s overthrow fears grow that Kais Saied will undo democratic gains achieved by Arab spring

Martin Chulov, and Simon Speakman Cordall in Tunis

28, Jul, 2021 @6:38 PM

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What is going on in Tunisia? All you need to know
Has the president staged a coup as the opposition allege, and what is likely to happen next?

Peter Beaumont

28, Jul, 2021 @1:52 PM

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Powerbrokers of Arab world will be closely watching Tunisia
Analysis: while the politics behind the government’s dismissal are local, regional players will want to influence what happens next

Martin Chulov Middle East correspondent

27, Jul, 2021 @6:20 PM

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Tunisia’s political crisis greeted with indifference on streets of capital
There is little sign of anger against apparent coup, but some lament the threat to fragile democracy

Simon Speakman Cordall in Tunis, and Martin Chulov

27, Jul, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Tunisia’s president imposes month-long curfew and bans gatherings
Kais Saied tightens his hold on power with tough new restrictions after dismissing prime minister

Staff and agencies

27, Jul, 2021 @3:54 AM

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The Guardian view on Tunisia’s coup: a spring that turns to winter | Editorial
Editorial: In 2011 a repressive, authoritarian government collapsed because it proved unable to meet people’s demands. Why would its return solve anything?

Editorial

26, Jul, 2021 @6:08 PM

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Tunisia president accused of staging coup after suspending parliament
Kais Saied invokes emergency article of constitution after violent protests against country’s biggest party

Bethan McKernan and Simon Speakman Cordall in Tunis

26, Jul, 2021 @4:33 PM

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