Will Tunisia's referendum lead to turmoil or stability? | Inside Story

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Protesters in Tunisia say Monday's referendum on constitutional reforms is illegal.
The proposed changes would sideline parliament and remove most checks on the president's power.
Opposition groups say it's a return to autocracy.
If approved, the new constitution would end the hybrid presidential-parliamentary system blamed for the political inflighting that paralysed Tunisia's post-revolution governments.
What kind of political system does the new constitution propose?

Presenter: Bernard Smith

Guests:
Amine Snoussi - Political analyst and journalist.
Mohamed-Dhia Hammami - Researcher at Syracuse Univesity's Maxwell School.
Zaid al Ali - Founder of the Arab Association of Constitutional Law.


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