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A study conducted by: Noura Al-Ahwali


The study dives into the turbulent Tunisian reality more than ten years after the revolution, which sparked on December 17, 2010, shedding light on the Tunisians’ demands for social justice, economic security, and political stability, which have been stagnating, amid the continuation of successive political crises, and the struggle of intellectual currents. With contradictory tendencies, some of them try to control the country’s administration, and control the joints of the state.

The study also deals with the reality of the situation in Tunisia as a result of the state of conflict, conflict and polarization, which left the country with economic stagnation, a trade deficit, and a rise in unemployment and inflation rates, and its translation by accurate negative statistics on this situation

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