Tunisia does not stop to carting with its politics poisonous. Rumors and betrayals are dancing a tango in the endless, helter-skelter. Four and a half months after his enthronement, Elyes Fakhfakh, president of the government, was forced to resign. He is suspected of conflict of interest in a case involving a company in which he held a portion of the capital. Company that contracted with the State. Justice has been input, Fakhfakh divested. "Incident"? Certainely. Just the names of his possible successors were made public – the political parties that have sent their preferences pa... Article reserved to subscribers
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Updated Date: 26 July 2020, 03:33