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Topic - Mustapha Kamel Nabli
"There is an economic recovery, it is not as strong as we would want, largely because of Europe and also because of the political uncertainty that continues," Mustapha Kamel Nabli, governor of the central bank, said in an interview shortly before he was fired by the president.
"It's getting better. It's steadily going up again. Not 100 percent, but it's not bad, and it's certainly better than nothing, and that's what we had last year," he said on a calm Sunday, when the narrow streets were mostly empty of visitors. "All we need is some calm and stability."