For the first time, Tunisia is classified as one of the high-risk and bankrupt countries in a report by Fitch Ratings, published in July 2022. In addition to several economic indicators, especially those related to the state budget, the issue of the country's bankruptcy has been discussed by economic experts and even citizens. Some argue that Tunisia is on its way to bankruptcy due to its inability to pay its debts and the absence of an economic reform vision, while others believe that Tunisia is a country capable of overcoming its economic crisis, especially after signing a new agreement with the International Monetary Fund.
The second episode of the "Zaama" program as part of the #Sanaa_AlRai project, which will address the topic "Is Tunisia heading towards bankruptcy?" The speakers and guests include:
Nourss El Hamdi, a member of the support team, which includes Abeer Charani and Mohamed Moez Ben Amor, along with the economics researcher Aram Belhaj.
Ahmed Sassi, a member of the opposition team, which includes Shahrazad Aouni and Nizar El Hedhli, along with the economic expert Moaz El Soussi.