Khaled Tabbabi



Given the difficult situation of social, economic and political fragility that Tunisia has gone through and is still going through in a context where migration policies remain arbitrary for underdeveloped countries, considering immigration as a privilege and not as a right. But, the striking paradox is that Europe and especially Italy have lived through a tragic situation following the pandemic, where many human lives have been lost and enormous economic losses have been incurred. But, despite global epidemiological data, the death boats leaving from Tunisia to Italy did not stop at a time when the Tunisian country was less damaged compared to European countries in terms of the number of cases of contamination, of deaths and the rate of contagion. On the basis of the above, this analytical article attempts to understand the migratory logic of the “Harragas” and to research the factors of attraction and expulsion during and after the pandemic.

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