Number of deaths caused by police violence, since 2011

| 20 March 2022
Numerous Tunisians have lost their lives as a result of excessive police violence. Virtually none of these victims have had access to a fair trial. Instead, evidence and testimonies are lost in the intricate web of the judicial system. Most of these cases have yet to pass the preliminary research or investigation stage, reflecting a recurring pattern of impunity.

Building a democratic structure from the ground up: what is Kaïs Saïed's state plan?

| 21 October 2021 | 10 minutes
On September 22, 2021, Kaïs Saïed published a presidential decree announcing that the President of the Republic was in charge of carrying out draft amendments related to political reforms, as part of the exceptional measures adopted on July 25, 2021. These infographics review Kaïs Saïed's state project and his vision for the political system, 

5 graphs to better understand the magnitude of Covid-19-related deaths in Tunisia

| 02 August 2021 | 10 minutes
For several weeks now, the spread of the virus has been rapidly accelerating throughout Tunisia, which is now ranked as one of the countries suffering the heaviest losses during this period. The following five graphs help analyse the current situation, as well as the potential for a fifth wave in the autumn.

Follow the evolution of how MP's positioned themselves in regards to Kaïs Saied's decisions

| 30 July 2021 | 5 minutes
Parliamentary blocs and MPs have extensively positioned themselves in regards to Kaïs Saied's decision to apply Article 80 of the Constitution, and to suspend the proceedings of the Assembly. Some of these official positions have shifted considerably over the course of a few days. Inkyfada has been following the evolution. 

The 2019 Presidential Elections: How did the campaigns of the candidates influence the number of votes obtained?

| 27 July 2021 | 20 minutes
Compare the campaign financing and media presence of the various candidates in the 2019 presidential election through this interactive chart. Based on the election report by the Court of Auditors, inkyfada evaluates the effectiveness of the different campaigns in relation to the number of votes obtained.

In Numbers. Follow the progression of Covid-19 vaccinations in Tunisia

| 21 June 2021 | 10 minutes
After nearly a month's delay, the vaccination campaign against Covid-19 in Tunisia finally began on March 13. The number of people vaccinated, the number of vaccine doses announced and received - will the government's objectives be met? View the regularly updated progress and projections of the campaign, in numbers.
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