Stemming Tunisia’s Authoritarian Drift

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Series Details No.180, 2018 (11.01.18)
Publication Date January 2018
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The International Crisis Group published a report in January 2018 called Stemming Tunisia’s Authoritarian Drift.

The authors wrote that the seventh anniversary of the 14 January 2011 Tunisian uprising was overshadowed by dangers of political polarisation and an illusory nostalgia for strong, centralised government. To save the sole successful Arab transition, the governing coalition should enact promised reforms, create a Constitutional court and hold long-delayed local elections.

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France24, 18.01.18: Reporter's notebook: Seven years after revolution, young Tunisians still want to leave
ICG: Publications: Reports and Briefings
European Parliament: European Parliamentary Research Service: At a Glance, November 2017: Tunisia: Progress achieved and prospects for the social dimension
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: Report, October 2017: Tunisia’s Corruption Contagion: A Transition at Risk
Carnegie Europe: Strategic Europe, 08.12.17: Corruption, Not Terrorism, Is Tunisia’s Biggest Threat
International Crisis Group: Impact Note, 10.10.17: Breaking Taboos in Tunisia

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