Tunisia’s constitutional upset blocks path to speedy renewable development

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Issue 448 - 22 Oct 2021 - By John Hamilton | 9 minute read

Tunisia’s political turmoil has stopped the development of renewable power projects – and much else – in their tracks and it may be impossible to resume work until the fundamental challenges posed by President Kaïs Saied’s suspension of the constitution and assumption of direct power have been resolved, in an unpromising situation that could get worse, writes John Hamilton

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