Mohamed Ali Ltifi
Mohamed Ali Ltifi is a Tunisian journalist who has worked with several local and international newspapers, including the London-based Arabic-language Al-Arabi al-Jadeed and Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism.
Is Tunisia’s fragile democracy under threat?
In the midst of stifling political, health and economic crises, Tunisian President Kais Saied decided to sack the prime minister and suspend parliament in a move some described as a “coup.”
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Jul 30, 2021
Tunisian Parliament mulls criminalizing normalization with Israel
The Tunisian Parliament is once again considering legislation to make normalization with Israel illegal.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Jun 18, 2021
Political bickering stalls Tunisian national dialogue
A number of political leaders are calling for the formation of a national salvation government in Tunisia after several successive governments have failed to solve the economic crisis.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Apr 9, 2021
Tunisian LGBT activist imprisoned after reporting police harassment
The concerns of civil society organizations and the international community have grown stronger regarding restrictions on personal freedoms after a Tunisian court ruled against LGBT rights activist Rania Amdouni.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Mar 12, 2021
Tunisia allows man to drop slavery-linked name
One Tunisian man has won the battle to remove a part of his name that indicated slave status, but human rights organizations see the decision as a small step in a country that still suffers rampant racism and discrimination.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Nov 6, 2020
Can Tunisia stay out of Libya war?
During his visit to France, Tunisia’s President Kais Saied stressed his country’s unwavering neutral position on the conflict raging in Libya, to the dismay of the country’s Islamist Ennahda movement.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Originals | Jun 30, 2020
Tunisia’s removal from EU financial blacklist should help boost economy
Three years after being designated as a high-risk country with strategic anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing deficiencies, Tunisia is officially off the list and getting ready for foreign investments.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Jun 18, 2020
Members of Tunisia's Ennahda resign, say movement no longer represents them
Tunisia’s Ennahda party is witnessing unprecedented internal differences between its young members and its senior members, which some pundits describe as the beginning of the movement’s end.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Jan 25, 2020
Islamist, secularist rivals clash as Tunisian government takes shape
Tunisia's incoming prime minister is including various political parties in talks on forming the new government, but his inclusion of the liberal secular party Qalb Tounes has irritated the dominant Ennahda faction.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Dec 4, 2019
Amendments to electoral law stir controversy in Tunisia
The Tunisian parliament has approved controversial amendments to the electoral law that could exclude candidates for the presidential and legislative elections at the end of 2019.
Mohamed Ali Ltifi | Tunisia | Jun 26, 2019
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