I teamed up with freelance journalist Nouri Verghese for a story over at Middle East Eye. We examine Tunisia’s largest secular party, Nidaa Tounes, and its internal contradictions and anti-democratic tendencies.
“We view Nidaa Tounes as a reaction only,” Hayet Hamdi, central committee member of the leftist Popular Front, told Middle East Eye. “There is nothing that unites their political or economic views internally. Yet the capitalist and business tycoon elements within Nidaa Tounes have a louder voice.”
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