Tourism: USAID abandons beach hotels to focus on the south
The US development agency has revised its $30m tender to boost tourism in southern Tunisia, which has long taken a beating.
Relations between Tunisia and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which are already strained, risk degenerating into open warfare over the planned reform of the Court of Accounts. According to our sources, the IMF has made the affair a casus belli [.
From his place of voluntary exile in Paris, Slim Riahi, the new secretary general of presidential party Nidaa Tounes, is preparing for the next round in his battle with prime minister Youssef Chahed. Slim Riahi is preparing his onslaught with [.
Having temporarily staved off the threat of being sacked by President Beji Caid Essebsi, Youssef Chahed must now deal with another and equally pressing emergency, namely balancing the state budget. The prime minister will have to defend the 2019 finance [.