The roadmap meant to bring Tunisia out of its political deadlock is facing significant challenges. The national dialogue was suspended after political leaders failed to agree on selecting a caretaker prime minister to lead the government through a tight timetable of finalizing a constitution and preparing for elections. While talks may resume, the judiciary has rejected candidates chosen to form a body tasked with organizing elections. As unmet deadlines pass and the cut-off date to approve a constitution nears, we will explore the latest developments in Tunisia, with a particular focus on the constitution.
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