Tunisia’s success, Egypt’s failure
Three years since the start of the Arab Spring, the constitutions of Tunisia and of Egypt are a study in contrasts.
Like a suit that is still baste-stictched before the final fitting, that’s how Tunisia looks today as it celebrates the third anniversary of its revolution this week. Moncef Marzouki is an interim president, Mehdi Jomaa is an interim prime minister, and the new government isn’t even temporary – it has yet to be formed. Nevertheless, the leaders now running the country seem to have a...
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