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Mohamed Brahmi

As Goes Egypt, So Goes Tunisia? Not Quite

Freedom House | Posted 10.09.2013 | World
Freedom House

by Russell Raymond Program Associate, Middle East and North Africa In the past week, dueling demonstrations have occupied public spaces in Tunisia'...

The Way Out of the Political Gridlock in Tunisia

Hamouda Chekir | Posted 09.27.2013 | World
Hamouda Chekir

Ennahda party never made the effort to strongly condemn the events and to distance itself from the religious extremists whose involvement in this murder was rapidly uncovered and publicly acknowledged by the government today.

Assassination Of Opposition Leader Sparks Protests Across Tunisia

AP | PAUL SCHEMM and BOUAZZA BEN BOUAZZA | Posted 09.25.2013 | World

TUNIS, Tunisia — The assassination of a second opposition politician in six months has piled the pressure on Tunisia's troubled Islamist-led coa...

Tunisia: Anti-Islamist MP Shot and Killed on Republic Day

Amira Yahyaoui | Posted 09.24.2013 | World
Amira Yahyaoui

For better or worse, Tunisia might be following the example of Egypt and starting its own rebellion. Unless social violence and government incompetence become so banal that Tunisians fail to react to the second political assassination of its democratic transition.