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As Tunisian President Cements One-Man Reign, Opposition Grows
Over the past two months, Tunisian President Kais Saied has enjoyed broad popular support to reach ever higher heights of power, culminating in a recent announcement that he would essentially rule the country by decree.
The Singapore Time | September 27, 2021

As Tunisia’s President Cements One-Man Rule, Opposition Grows
For the past two months, President Kais Saied of Tunisia has ridden widespread popular support to ever-higher peaks of power, culminating in a recent announcement that he would essentially rule the country by decree.
DNYUZ | September 27, 2021

 

‘A parade of red flags’: what next for Tunisia after Kais Saied’s extension of power?
Politicians and experts have expressed concern about the situation in Tunisia a day after President Kais Saied said that he would be indefinitely extending his sole control of the government.
The National | August 25, 2021

 
‘You just think about eating’: Why Tunisians backed a presidential power grab
For many, it has been a decade of disappointment — of incurable unemployment, deepening poverty, and a growing sense that their leaders do not care.
Boston Globe | August 5, 2021