On Sunday 25th July, the president of Tunisia, Kaïs Saied, carried out a coup. This is in a country that has been labelled, “The Arab world’s only democracy”. He sacked the prime minister, Hichem Mechichi, […]
On Thursday, a reported 750,000 public sector workers went on a nationwide strike in Tunisia, called by the UGTT (General Union of Tunisian Workers, the main trade union organisation) against the pay freeze and other […]
The explosion of protests that broke out this week against the new Finances Law (budget law) 2018, a battery of measures against the working and middle classes, has again put into perspectives the liberal […]
New revolts brewing. “How do you expect me to make a living?” was the reported cry of then 27 year-old Mohamed Bouazizi when he soaked himself with gasoline, before pouring himself on fire on December 17, […]
Five years after the fall of Ben Ali, demands of the revolution remain unsatisfied
Life and death struggle with the process of counter-revolution.
For a renewed mass movement against poverty and terror
New class battles loom
Down with terror! Down with capitalism!
Tunisia: “The new government will not prevent a year of important struggles, of mass strikes, riots and popular explosions”
Interview with Dali Malik, CWI supporter in Tunis