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Islamist Ideals and Governing Realities: Nahda’s Project and the Constraint of Adaptation in Post-revolution Tunisia

Abstract : [...] For Nahda, the process from building a party from an exiled leadership and a decimated membership to leading a government was fraught with dilemmas that may be suggested by several questions. To begin with, what was Nahda's political project when it engaged into open post-authoritarian politics? How was the project conceived ideologically and how was it presented discursively? Where did Nahda stand vis-à-vis its rivals, secularist or salafist, within the context of democratic contestation and pluralist politics? How far was Nahda in government able to meet the popular expectations of a highly mobilized society? In subsequent sections, this chapter engages these questions by focusing on several related matters in turn. [...]
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Nadia Marzouki. Islamist Ideals and Governing Realities: Nahda’s Project and the Constraint of Adaptation in Post-revolution Tunisia. Khoo Boo Teik; Vedi Hadiz; Yoshihiro Nakanishi. Between Dissent and Power. The Transformation of Islamic Politics in the Middle East and Asia, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.134 - 153, 2014, 9781137408792. ⟨hal-03398927⟩

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