Fadil Aliriza, founder and editor-in-chief of Meshkal, talks about the draft constitution presented by Tunisian president Kais Saied for a referendum.
And talks about why there is dissatisfaction about the document.
On July 25, a national referendum will be held in Tunisia to vote on the draft of a new constitution being presented by President Kais Saied. The move has faced criticism from political players representing workers’ voices in Tunisia, with numerous parties calling for a boycott of the upcoming referendum. Why is the constitution facing such criticism? Fadil Aliriza, founder and editor-in-chief of Meshkal, answers this and more.