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Mutabaat | Tunisia


Number: 2
Author: Edited by: Dr. Mohamed Al-Sbitli
This second issue of African follow-up is devoted to the file of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam as a geopolitical issue. The Ethiopian vision and the positions of Sudan and Egypt on the issue of the dam were presented, which sparked long differences and negotiations without reaching a compromise solution. The file also included the positions of Somalia, Eritrea and Djibouti. The articles presented clarify the backgrounds of disputes and documents on which the countries concerned depended on determining their position. An article on the Muslim community in South Africa was assigned to this issue.     *Available in Arabic only
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Number: 1
Author: Edited by: Dr. Mohamed Al-Sbitli
Monthly report on developments in the African continent. This issue reviews the course of events in some African countries. Like the challenges of the transitional period in Sudan. And analyzing Boukouhram's strategy in Lake Chad and Nigeria. And external interventions in the internal political affairs of Somalia and border disputes between Mauritania and Senegal. As well as some other topics.
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Number: 5
Author: Mohamed Al-Sbitli
In this report, Dr. Sbitli reviews the path of forming the new government in Tunisia. The report gives an explanation of the political and partisan interactions between the actors in light of the results of the recent legislative and presidential elections.       * English version is not available
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Number: 6
Author: Mohamed Al-Sbitli
This article reviews the reasons behind the results of the presidential elections. It exposes the new political party balances and the challenges ahead of Abdul Majeed Tabun, especially after the death of the strong man, the Chief of Staff and Deputy Minister of Defense Ahmed Qaid Saleh. The English translation is currently unavailable.  
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Number: 5
Author: Mohamed Al-Sbitli
A paper by Dr. Mohammed Sbitli, Senior Researcher KFCRIS, in which analyzes the different tracks of the five presidential election candidates in Algeria; their affiliations, and their political, ideological, and social origins. The paper also explains the reasons for the conflicting positions towards the candidates and the division of Algerians regarding the December 12th elections. The English translation is currently unavailable.
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Number: 4
Author: Mohamed Al-Sbitli
The 6th of October represented an important political turning point since the 2011 Tunisian revolution. Legislative elections, despite a mediocre turnout (41% turnout), showed a change in the mood of public opinion represented by the emergence of new party forces and the absence of other formations that had been in place since 2011 and after 2014, and appeared essential in shaping the general political scene. The English translation is currently unavailable.
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Number: 4
Author: Mohamed Al-Sbitli
The Political _Hirak_ Movement in Algeria continues its usual activities between an authority moving strongly toward the 12th of December election, and a civil society that is too reluctant. Despite the numerous arrests of highly ranked figures amongst the mobilizers, the authority still finds it difficult to subdue the movement. On the other hand, moderate and radical opposition finds it difficult to regain the initiative from the authorities. So in front of these generally peaceful confrontations between the government and civil and political activists, the fate of the election remains unclear. Would the authority venture and go to elections that mig
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Number: 3
Author: Mohamed Al-Sbitli
Algeria is moving towards presidential elections scheduled for next December. Several practical steps have been taken, including the formation of a national election authority that is independent of the Ministry of Interior, and the appointment of a body to administer it. However,  these measures did not find consensus. In spite of the start of the electoral movement and the withdrawal of many candidates; the opposition remains generally reluctant, and sometimes refusing to neither participate nor nominate. This is in addition to the occurrence of some arrests and temporary imprisonment of the most prominent faces of the movement. It was also
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Number: 3
Author: Mohammed Al-Subaitli
Tunisia's political and party landscape is moving towards significant changes. This is what the results of the first round of the presidential elections on September 15 suggested. In anticipation of the outcome of the legislative elections to be held on October 6, the parties are trying to read the messages of the voters through a thorough study and a comprehensive assessment of what happened and what resulted from the first round of the presidency. Therefore, the political arena may witness a reversal in the balance between parties with the decline of organizations that have played an advanced role since the 2014 elections.
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Number: 2
Author: Mohammed Al-Subaitli
This paper presents a preliminary reading on the results of the Tunisian presidential elections held on Sunday 15 September 2019. The turnout was surprising to observers of the Tunisian affairs as it reached only 45%. The election was surprising due to the decline of traditional parties in favor of new actors. Candidates in this election sent direct and indirect messages to various parties at home and abroad, such as determining a position on ideological issues, how to combat terrorism, an
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