Part two

July 25: One-way communication

the Presse, the police, and Latifa Arfaoui

Eight days after July 25, 2021, inkytalk's guests assess the unilateral communication imposed by the ruling power, its tumultuous relationship with the media and its fusion with public opinion.
27 August 2021
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Malek Khadhraoui, Monia Ben Hamadi, Emna Chebaane, Mahdi Elleuch

This first episode of inkytalk, published in two parts, looks back at July 25, 2021, a date that has already made history with the decision of the President of the Tunisian Republic, Kaïs Saied, to apply Article 80 of the Constitution, and to (temporarily?) assume full powers.  

Eight days following this event, inkytalk's guests examine the current unilateral communication of the presidency, the tumultuous relationship between the government and the media, the access to information and its Kafkaesque universe, but also the fiery return of Latifa Arfaoui to the forefront.

Episode guests:

Malek Khadhraoui: Journalist and executive director of inkyfada

Monia Ben Hamadi: Journalist and editorial director of inkyfada

Emna Chebaane: Civil society actor, notably within Al Bawsala

Mahdi Elleuch: Legal Agenda researcher and activist

Recorded on August 4, 2021.   


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