Anti-Chahed revolt sweeps through state bank boards
Relations between the government and the 20 or so directors [...]
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 [.
The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) refusal to disburse a second instalment of a loan, announced on Feb. 27 by finance minister Lamia Zribi, is just one of the financial bombs threatening Youssef Chahed's government.According to our sources, Tunisia's other donors [.