Egypt Institute Journal (Vol. 7- Issue 25) / studies
Tunisia: The 2014 Constitution and Management of State and Society Interactions
Unlike the first republic phase in which the State sought to control society through the legislative system, especially the constitution and the institutions emanating from it, the constitution of the second republic was able to establish a dialectical relationship in which each party sought to contest control. The significance of this research paper lies in its endeavor to monitor the relationship between the state and society through a constitutional approach, especially that the Tunisian experience at this level is distinguished by several characteristics, perhaps most prominently its success in determining the dominance of the state over society.