Tunisia president ends alliance with Ennahdha religious party

There are fears that growing government divisions division could throw the country into economic and political turmoil.

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    Tunisia's president has ended his alliance with the Ennahdha religious party, deepening divisions in a fragile coalition.

    The government was hailed as the Arab Spring’s only democratic success. But there are fears the division could throw the country into economic and political turmoil.

    Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports.


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