One year after July 25: A constitutionalization of the exceptional

A few days before the national referendum called by the President, inkytalk looks back at the process undertaken by the President to ultimately propose such a constitutional text, the lack of a participatory approach, and the one-way communication in which he is involved to get his project through.
21 July 2022
series [{"role":"Mixing - Sound Design - Music","user_id":"1473"},{"user_id":"1363","role":"Illustration"}] https://inkyfada.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Podcast-Inkytalk-EP5-19-07-2022-Referendum-.mp3 Inkytalk | Épisode 5 : Un an après le 25 juillet : Une constitutionnalisation de l'exceptionnel - إنكي توك | الحلقة 5 : بعد سنة من 25 جويلية: دسترة الاستثناء Épisode 5 : Un an après le 25 juillet : Une constitutionnalisation de l'exceptionnel - الحلقة 5 : بعد سنة من 25 جويلية: دسترة الاستثناء
Quelques jours avant le référendum national lancé par le Président, inkytalk revient sur le processus entrepris par la président pour finalement proposer une tel texte de constitution,  l’absence d’une approche participative, et la communication à sens unique dans laquelle il s’inscrit pour faire passer son projet.
قبيل الاستفتاء الوطني الذي دعا إليه الرئيس، تعود هذه الحلقة من إنكي توك على السيرورة التي خاضها ليطرح مقترح نص الدستور، وعلى غياب المقاربة التشاركية، والاتصال وحيد الاتجاه الذي يعتمده ليمرر عبره مشروعه.
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Inkyfada Podcast
Mixing - Sound Design - Music
Oussema Gaidi
Marwen Ben Mustapha

This fifth episode of inkytalk looks back at the year that passed after Kais Saied's coup on July 25, 2021, analyzing the process of handling the state of exception, and the enactment of his political project through the electronic consultation and the new constitution submitted for a referendum, on July 25, 2022.


Wahid Ferchichi, Professor of Public Law and Honorary President of ADLI

Sahbi Khalfaoui, researcher in political science and president of the Tunisian Observatory of Democratic Transition

Malek Khadhraoui, Executive Director of Inkyfada

Moderator: Emna Chebaane, Editorial Director of Inkyfada

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