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m.m.f

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Come l'Italia? :-D


...arriva il momento anche li,...prima o poi il gioco delle 3 tavolette finisce.Basta che inizi a togliere dal bilancio, circa 1100 miliardi di crediti non esigibili ne ora ne mai, ma che appaiono come esigibili,per iniziare a dirne una...delle 1000...
 

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...arriva il momento anche li,...prima o poi il gioco delle 3 tavolette finisce.Basta che inizi a togliere dal bilancio, circa 1100 miliardi di crediti non esigibili ne ora ne mai, ma che appaiono come esigibili,per iniziare a dirne una...delle 1000...
In Italia, lo Stato è pieno di debiti, ma le banche sono stracariche di depositi privati (basta e avanza per sostenere il macigno). In Tunisia, invece, non c'è il becco di un quattrino nelle tasche dei privati.
 

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In Italia, lo Stato è pieno di debiti, ma le banche sono stracariche di depositi privati (basta e avanza per sostenere il macigno). In Tunisia, invece, non c'è il becco di un quattrino nelle tasche dei privati.
ma... non sono convinto. Sono piene di fondi obbligazioni e azioni, sono custodi di esse.
Comunque...
 

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S&P, cresce rischio instabilità per Nordafrica

Il Nord Africa affronta crescenti pericoli di instabilità sociale e i governi cercano di proteggere le loro popolazioni dall’aumento dei prezzi dei generi alimentari provocato dalla guerra Russia-Ucraina. Lo ha confermato Tatiana Lysenko, economista capo per i mercati emergenti Emea presso S&P Global Ratings a Parigi in dichiarazioni al sito The Africa Report. “L’aumento dei prezzi dei generi alimentari può essere un catalizzatore” per i disordini, detto l’analista. Indipendentemente dalla durata della guerra in Ucraina, i rischi di inflazione alimentare per il 2023 stanno già aumentando a causa della carenza di fertilizzanti e dell’interruzione della semina in Ucraina, aggiunge. L’instabilità politica e sociale nella regione, come osserva una nuova ricerca di S&P, è stata storicamente correlata all’aumento dei prezzi dei generi alimentari. Gli esempi includono le rivolte per il pane in Egitto e Marocco nel 1977 e nel 1984, le proteste nel 1989 in Giordania e gli sconvolgimenti del 2008 in tutta la regione. Anche la primavera araba del 2011 ha coinciso anche con forti aumenti dei prezzi dei generi alimentari, scrive ancora il sito sintetizzando le notazioni di Lysenko.
 

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UPDATE 1-Tunisian president slams Venice Commission over report on constitutional referendum
30/05/2022 23:57 - RSF
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By Tarek Amara
TUNIS, May 30 (Reuters) - Tunisian President Kais Saied threatened on Monday to suspend the country's membership of the Venice Commission and expel its representatives, after it published a report criticising his plan to hold a referendum on a new constitution.

Said pledged earlier this month to move forward with a proposal for a referendum on July 25 to replace the country's democratic 2014 constitution, ignoring opposition calls to reverse the controversial decision.

The move has added to growing internal and external criticism that he has entrenched one-man rule since he seized control of executive power last summer, dissolved parliament, and began ruling by decree.

The report issued this month by the Venice Commission, a panel of experts of the human rights body Council of Europe, said it was unrealistic to hold a credible referendum in the absence of clear and pre-established rules.

It added that changing the electoral law should be preceded by a "broad consultation of political forces and civil society" in order to reach a consensus.

Saied this month named a law professor to head an advisory committee including law and political science deans, to draft a new constitution for a "new republic," excluding political parties from the restructure of the political system.

Tunisia's main political parties said they will boycott the unilateral restructuring of politics. University deans have also refused to join the panel.

The powerful UGTT union refused to take part in a limited dialogue proposed by Saied as part of the process. It said it would hold a national strike at state firms and public services.

"If necessary, we must end our membership in the Venice Commission, they are persona non grata in Tunisia", Saied said on Monday.

"Blatant interference is unacceptable," he added.

The Venice Commission said in its report that elections for a new parliament should be held before any referendum.

Saied's opponents accuse him of a coup that has undermined the democratic gains of the 2011 revolution that triggered the Arab spring, but he says his moves were legal and needed to save Tunisia from a prolonged political crisis.



(Reporting by Tarek Amara; editing by Richard Pullin)
 

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Tunisia's powerful UGTT union announces national strike for June 16
Oggi 15:25 - RSF
TUNIS, May 31 (Reuters) - Tunisia’s powerful UGTT union said on Tuesday it had called a national strike in public services and state firms to defend workers' rights, citing the government's refusal to reform public companies and increase wages.

The UGTT is a major political player with about a million members and the ability to paralyse Tunisia's economy with strikes.



(Reporting By Tarek Amara; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
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UPDATE 1-Powerful Tunisian union announces national strike in June, raising pressure on president
Oggi 16:28 - RSF
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TUNIS, May 31 (Reuters) - Tunisia’s powerful UGTT union on Tuesday called a national strike in June in public services and state firms after the government refused to increase wages, an escalation that may hinder the government's efforts to reach a deal with the International Monetary Fund.

Tunisia faces its worst financial crisis and is seeking a $4 billion loan from the IMF seen as necessary to ward off national bankruptcy, in exchange for unpopular reforms, including food and energy subsidies cuts and wage freezes.

With more than a million members, the UGTT is Tunisia’s most powerful political force. The strike on June 16 will present the biggest challenge yet to President Kais Saied after his seizure of broad powers and moves to one-man rule.

The UGTT has rejected proposed spending cuts and instead wants wage increases for state workers as inflation reached a record level of 7.5% in April, from 7.2% in March and 7% in February.

Saied, who took executive power and dissolved parliament to rule by decree, has since said he will replace the democratic 2014 constitution with a new constitution via referendum on July 25.

The president's opponents accuse him of a coup that has undermined the democratic gains of the 2011 revolution that triggered the Arab Spring, but he says his moves were legal and needed to save Tunisia from a prolonged political crisis.

Saied's plan to draft a new constitution met with strong opposition from political parties, which say they will not participate in unilateral political reforms and that they will boycott the referendum.

While Said focuses on changing Tunisian politics, critics he does not pay enough attention to the North African country's collapsing economy. He has repeatedly said that Tunisia is rich but that the political elite stole the people's money, which his opponents describe as populism.

Tunisia's budget deficit will expand to 9.7% of GDP this year, compared with a previously expected 6.7%, due to a stronger U.S. dollar and sharp increase in grain and energy prices, the central bank governor, Marouan Abassi, said this month.

(Reporting By Tarek Amara; Editing by Kevin Liffey and Jonathan Oatis)
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