Kais Saied rules supreme but is more isolated than ever

Tunisian president Kais Saied.
Tunisian president Kais Saied. © Pool/Abaca via Reuters Connect
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. [...] (1403 words)
Issue dated 15/10/2021 Reading time 6 minutes

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