Tunisia: a troubled economy and a political stalemate

Summary:  As Tunisia’s economy continues to struggle, an ongoing  political impasse threatens the country’s fragile democracy.
In highlighting Tunisia’s economic woes, London based Capital Economics noted the impact of the continuing failure to form a new government.

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  1. The PM designate is what the French call a “troisieme couteau” – neither his career nor his reputation give him any authority to form a government
    Meanwhile many talented members of Ennahda are leaving the party: Mr Ghannouchi their leader might maneuver well but he has no vision and it would seem no concern to help cure the deep seated economic woes of Tunisia. Never has the situation be tougher, not least for young entrepreneurs than at present. The “political class” has totally failed the younger generation.

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