Tunisia – I have been following the Egyptian situation for some time, and I notice that after the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak. Al-Sisi is taking successful steps at all levels, and perhaps getting Egypt out of the bottleneck.
While Tunisian President Kais Saied carried with him, dreams and aspirations that were full of hope. To save Tunisia from the mud that clung to it since the succession of government periods.
From the beginning of the revolution to the last rule of Saied and the government of Najla Bouden. Who wanted, on the economic and social level, to retreat instead of progress?
So what awaits Said and the Tunisians at the beginning of the year 2023? With the loss of some basic materials, especially the crisis of milk, sugar, coffee, oil, and others?
The things I have spoken during my interview on Radio BBC News in December 2022. Where I was talking about whether the parliamentary elections in Tunisia ended the political crisis or not.
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