Tunisia’s political crisis deepens: What’s next?

A Tunisian demonstrator waves his country's national flag.
A Tunisian demonstrator waves his country's national flag during protests against President Kais Saied, on the 11th anniversary of the Tunisian revolution in the capital, Tunis [Fethi Belaid/AFP]

Tunisia is the birthplace of the Arab Spring. The country inspired a wave of protests in the region that toppled at least four Arab presidents. But now the country has a serious constitutional crisis, some are even calling it a coup.

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Source: Al Jazeera