Saied’s supporters equate Tunisia’s revolutionary gains with the agenda of the Islamist Ennahda party, which currently dominates parliament. These critics treat the October 2011 elections, which made Ennahda the country’s largest party, as the starting point of our current democracy. In doing so, the president’s apologists completely overlook the many changes made in the years since. The new constitution adopted in 2014 emerged from a broad national discussion that aimed to ward off the specter of authoritarianism by ensuring fundamental liberties and real checks and balances.

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