There was an interesting new post at Democracy Digest about the status of Tunisian democracy. Take a look:
To mark the 10th anniversary of the Jasmine Revolution, Carnegie’s Sarah Yerkes and Nesrine Mbarek (above) asked Tunisians what they thought of the perilous journey their country has made toward democracy—and what their hopes are for the future.
Free elections have been held, but politics are often tumultuous, France24 adds. Some 13 different governments have run the country in the decade since the revolution, amid an ongoing economic crisis.
Read the full article at Democracy Digest and leave your comments below. What do you think about modern Tunisia?