Political Landscape and Islam

Since the first stirrings of revolution in 2011, the Tunisian political landscape has been in flux as the nation decides how to transform what has largely been an autocratic system into one which functions as a representative of its people.  It is exactly this new openness that has provided space for the involvement of Islamic groups in government where they had earlier been repressed, raising questions about the relationship between religion and politics in the new Tunisia.

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