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Tunisia prepares for referendum as economy crumbles

Tunisia's president, Kais Saied, has focused much of his tenure on remodeling the country's political system. On Monday, a national referendum will take place for people to have their say on his new constitution, but critics say he's failed to address a more pressing problem: the economy. Almost a quarter of the population lives on fewer than two dollars a day. TRT World's Claire Herriot reports from Tunis. #Tunisia #Referendum #TunisianEconomy

Tunisia’s New Hope?

Tunisia’s New Hope?

Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

Tunisia’s Political Turmoil

Money Talks: Tunisians protest against austerity measures

Money Talks: Tunisians protest against austerity measures

Tunisians speak about hopes for country’s future after election

Tunisians speak about hopes for country’s future after election

UK tax cuts package estimated to cost around $45B

UK tax cuts package estimated to cost around $45B

Chinese yuan drops to weakest level since 2008 as growth falters

Chinese yuan drops to weakest level since 2008 as growth falters

Oil prices steady on prospect of balancing supply

Oil prices steady on prospect of balancing supply

British pound hits record low against the US dollar

British pound hits record low against the US dollar

Ethereum completed long-awaited Merge upgrade

Ethereum completed long-awaited Merge upgrade

Australian firm transforms old farms into lush forests

Australian firm transforms old farms into lush forests

Power outages take toll on South Africa's economy

Power outages take toll on South Africa's economy

Major central banks hike interest rates

Major central banks hike interest rates

Turkish President Erdogan to hold meeting on Mir payment system

Turkish President Erdogan to hold meeting on Mir payment system

US central bank raised benchmark rates by 75 basis points

US central bank raised benchmark rates by 75 basis points

Crude oil, natural gas prices spike amid continued supply fears

Crude oil, natural gas prices spike amid continued supply fears

Share prices surge ahead of key central bank meetings this week

Share prices surge ahead of key central bank meetings this week

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