Ennahda and UGTT battle it out for control of Radès Port and unionist cash

View of containers at a loading terminal in the port of Rades in Tunis.
View of containers at a loading terminal in the port of Rades in Tunis. © Reuters
The transport minister Anouar Maârouf's attempt to appoint Ennahda members to the heads of the three main state-run port companies has enraged the UGTT, already troubled by the Islamist party's unionist ambitions. [...] (527 words)
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