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La Tunisie en 2018 : une année pré-électorale très électorale

Abstract : 2018 is the year of reappearance on the Tunisian political scene of the cleavage between Islamists, which is structured around Ennahdha and anti-Islamists, who bring together a motley coalition of "secularists" grouping currents and personalities ranging from extreme left, to the liberals, passing by the left, the Arab nationalists, the bourguibists and certain figures of the former party of Ben Ali, the Constitutional Democratic Rally. In this conjuncture, Ennahdha appears at the beginning of 2019 as the political formation best placed in the electoral race, more particularly for the legislative poll, insofar as its participation in the government as a second partner in a coalition with Nidaa Tounes has been relatively beneficial to him. Ennahdha was able to preserve himself more easily than his competing partner from the usury of power. The latter, constituting the backbone of the government, has become, in the eyes of the majority of the population, the main responsible for the dire economic and social situation in the country.
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Eric Gobe. La Tunisie en 2018 : une année pré-électorale très électorale. L'Année du Maghreb, CNRS Éditions, 2019, Quand l'Algérie proteste, II (21), pp.359-376. ⟨10.4000/anneemaghreb.5999⟩. ⟨halshs-02435170⟩



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