Tunisia’s coup; Another Obama foreign policy failure
The Duran: Episode 1049
The Guardian view on Tunisia’s coup: a spring that turns to winter
n 2011 Tunisia was the first Arab nation to topple its dictator, and the only one where genuine democracy survives. But events in the capital, Tunis, suggest that the country is experiencing a counter-revolution. On Sunday the president, Kais Saied, fired the country’s prime minister, dismissed the government and froze parliament.
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