The Tunisian exception: successes and limits of consensus

By International Crisis Group, 9 June 2014
<p><em><span class="title">Middle East and North Africa Briefing N°37</span></em></p><p><strong>Overview</strong></p><p><strong><br></strong></p><p><strong>&nbsp;</strong>From July to December 2013, Tunisia experienced a political crisis that had two possible outcomes: violence or consensus.</p><p><br>The January 2014 adoption of a new constitution confirmed that compromise had prevailed. With the nomination of an independent technocratic government to replace the An-Nahda-led Troika, the country's transition entered a new phase - less troubled than the preceding one but with an outcome just as uncertain.</p>
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