From the Editors
Les capitales occidentales et l’ONU dénoncent un assassinat politique Très rapidement, dès la confirmation de la mort du charismatique leader de gauche Chokri Belaid, c’est François Hollande qui est parmi les premiers à réagir en dénonçant le meurtre « d’une des voix les plus courageuses et les plus libres » de Tunisie dans un communiqué de l’Élysée. « Ce meurtre prive la Tunisie d’une de ses voix les plus courageuses et les plus libres », estime le président français, ...Keep Reading »
A Figure from the Revolutionary Left Assassinated Chokri Belaid, the heavily mediatized leader of the Popular Front (Jabha Chaabya), was shot several times early Wednesday morning at his home in Menzah 6. The charismatic figure of the revolutionary left was shot with two to four bullets; the government is saying it was three. He was quickly transported to the Ennasr clinic, but the doctors could not save him, and his death was confirmed later in the morning. Chokri Belaid ...Keep Reading »
Rached Cherif has a Master's degree in management science and international trade. Following his interest in current affairs and geopolitics, he began a career in journalism. He is a journalist with Corrier de l'Atlas and Nawaat.
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