This episode of the Green Line was shot on location in Tunis in late October 2013. After the mass demonstrations in Tunisia in the beginning of 2011 that started the Arab Spring Tunisia saw its first free elections in 25 years later that same year.
These elections brought the Islamist Al-Nahdaa party to power. Two years later, after political assassinations of two prominent left-wing politicians and amidst widespread allegations of corruption the government of Al Nahdaa was under immense popular pressure to resign. The Green Line documents a tumultuous week in Tunisian politics and talks to observers and representatives of all sides.....It also shows the mediation efforts of the Tunisian trade unions and employers for which they were awarded the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, This episode contains an interview with one of the Noble laureates, Mrs. Bouchemaoui, head of the Employers Union.

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In 2013 Radi Suudi produced and directed four 50 minute documentaries which were aired on Channel 2 of Dutch public television.in September-December 2013. The series was named "The Green Line", after the dividing lines that ran through Beirut, Nicosia…


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In 2013 Radi Suudi produced and directed four 50 minute documentaries which were aired on Channel 2 of Dutch public television.in September-December 2013. The series was named "The Green Line", after the dividing lines that ran through Beirut, Nicosia and Jerusalem as a result of conflict.. The four episodes of the Green Line were shot in respectively East-Jerusalem, Beirut, Tunis and Istanbul. They deal with the fallout of political turbulence and the marks these have left on the city. They also clarify the battlegrounds that these cities and their landscapes have become in conflicts of identities, nationalism and religion.

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