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Inkytalk

Inkytalk, the editorial team's programme on topical issues.
27 August 2021
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The Constitution of Kais Saied: What pleases the prince has the force of law

Kaïs Saied's draft of a new constitution reorganizes the entire political system: if his text is approved by the referendum of July 25, 2022, the President will have much greater powers than the legislative and judicial functions. Inkytalk looks at this system, which gives more power to the President and undermines the separation of powers.

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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.
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E-Istichara: a means of legitimisation for Kaïs Saied

In light of the first results of the E-istichara initiated by President Kais Saied being announced, inkytalk looks back at the very notion of consultation, the methodological aspect necessary for such a process, and the President's hasty interpretation of the results.
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Civil Society : Threats of dismantling and demonization

In light of President Kais Saied's recent statements about the new draft law on associations, inkytalk looks at the current legislative framework, the control mechanisms already in place, and the question of foreign funding.
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July 25: Trouble in the Constitution

Eight days after July 25, 2021, inkytalk takes a look at the genesis of Article 80, the full powers of the President of the Republic, and the potential abuses that could be linked to this situation.
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July 25: One-way communication

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.

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Since then, Inkyfada Podcast has produced a wide variety of documentaries, investigations, and podcast series, as well as articles accompanied by music; covering a multitude of contemporary issues in order to offer an immersive and alternative podcast experience.
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