عندنا مدة نسمعو السياسيين والخبراء يحكيو على شبح الإفلاس إلي يهدد تونس. أما كي نزيدو عليه الأزمة السياسية والعرك بين الرئاسات الثلاث، نوليو نحكيوعلى حاجة أخرى إلي هي الدولة الفاشلة. اليوم في التركينة باش نحكيولكم على مفهوم الfailed state، كيفاش بدا ووقتاش انجمو نقولو على دولة إلي هي فاشلة. أكثر من هكا، باش نشوفو شنيا صاير في تونس وزعمة مواصفات المفهوم هذا تنطبق علينا ولا، ونعطيوكم امثلة متاع دول فاشلة وكيفاه خلطت للوضعية هاذي.
In recent weeks, political parties have taken to the streets for rallies and demonstrations. The move from parliamentary chambers to downtown avenues follows weeks of unrest in January and February, confrontations between demonstrators and police, mass arrests and torture of detainees, and disagreements between President Kais Saied and Prime Minister (PM) Hichem Mechichi over the PM’s proposed ministerial reshuffle. The new party mobilizations reflects what one Ennahdha party official has called a “sign of crisis.”
The government led by Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi, which was approved in a parliamentary vote of confidence on September 2, 2020, has not yet succeeded in passing any laws that it has proposed to parliament. Nearly 100 days in, the government’s proposed bills have been withdrawn following opposition either in parliament or civil society. Now, as it faces the task of passing a budget, the government’s challenges stem from tensions within and between the coalitions and constituencies holding it up, analysts and political commentators say.
In recent months, Lebanon has been alive with rumours about a forthcoming devaluation. In mid-September, the governor of the Central Bank, Riadh Salameh was obliged to officially deny that he was ill and had to resign and Michel Aoun, the President of the Republic, also had to declare that the Lebanese pound was in good health and that the country was not on the road to bankruptcy. For every Lebanese these factors are indeed closely related since all know that the country is deep in debt.
European attorneys have reportedly petitioned a Belgian court to arrest Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni upon her arrival in Brussels later […]