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Opinion: Who are Ennahda’s real rivals?

Opinion: Who are Ennahda’s real rivals?

According to the accepted political reality in Tunisia, the Islamist Ennahda’s Movement’s rivals are the Left-wing political parties that are looking to the future. This is true, to some extent; their opposition to Ennahda is political and ideological, but it is also...
What next for Tunisia?

What next for Tunisia?

Tunis, Asharq Al-Awsat—Since the crisis following the elections of October 23, 2011, sudden changes in the political scene have not been unusual in Tunisia. The elections led to a coalition government with a relative majority for the Islamic Renaissance...
Tunisian Déjà-Vu

Tunisian Déjà-Vu

The same setting, same strategy, same weapon, same political inclination of the victim, and same tears from a now fatherless child: Last Thursday morning in Tunisia was, for many, a morbid reminder of Chokri Belaid’s assassination in February, less than six months...
Slain Tunisian opposition figure laid to rest

Slain Tunisian opposition figure laid to rest

Tunis, Asharq Al-Awsat—A state funeral was held in Tunisia on Saturday for opposition leader and Tunisian Constituent Assembly member Mohamed Brahmi, who was assassinated on Thursday. Security sources have estimated the number of people in attendance at the funeral,...