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Politique de l’indépendance en conjoncture politique fluide : le cas de la Tunisie post-Ben Ali

Abstract : While appearing to be indispensable tools for overcoming authoritarianism, the independent authorities are part of a dynamic of political change that generates uncertainties, calculations and the interplay of actors that contribute to weakening their legitimacy and calling into question, in part, their claim to neutrality and impartiality. However, the Tunisian rulers now seem unable to do without independent authorities, if only from a formal point of view. Indeed, their existence meets the "standards" set by certain public international organisations (the UNDP, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, the European Union, etc.), as well as by American and European cooperation agencies (the American USAID, the German GIZ, etc.) and Western NGOs (the National Democratic Institute, the Open Society Foundations, Oxfam, etc.) which provide expertise and funding in terms of "democratic governance" and political-administrative reforms.
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Larbi Chouikha, Eric Gobe. Politique de l’indépendance en conjoncture politique fluide : le cas de la Tunisie post-Ben Ali. Antoine Vauchez, Bastien François. Politique de l'indépendance. Formes et usages contemporains d'une technologie de gouvernement, pp.95-114, 2020, 2757429485. ⟨halshs-02500466⟩

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