Khayam Turki's myriad networks at heart of Tunis investigations
Tunisian investigators are particularly keen to question Khayam Turki, the first person to be arrested in a flurry of arrests of politicians and lawyers that began on 10 February.
No end to the stormy weather in sight for Foreign Affairs Minister Othman Jerandi. After a stream of diplomatic turmoil and the cancellation of the francophone summit, a new dark cloud looms over lack of results in the matter of the Ben Ali clan's ill-gotten gains.
While the head of state may have effectively placed himself at the centre of power on 25 July when he rejected the parliamentary system born from the 2011 revolution, his entourage of advisers and friends at Carthage Palace has since become a hotbed of clan rivalries.
With the legal deadlines to recover the hundreds of millions of euros misappropriated by the clan of the ex-president about to expire, President Kais Saied is being hindered by government departments and the speaker of parliament, the Islamist Rached Ghannouchi.