Tunisia: The referendum and the ramifications for the media | The Listening Post

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Published Jul 23, 2022, 9:29 AM
As Tunisia prepares to vote on a controversial new constitution, President Kais Saied’s continuing power grab risks reversing the country's hard-won media freedoms.

Contributors:
Thameur Mekki - Editor-in-chief, Nawaat
Monia Ben Hamadi - Media consultant
Monica Marks - Professor of Middle East politics, NYU Abu Dhabi

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