In January, Tunisia saw a week of protests as people voiced their anger over unemployment and corruption. The country is often held up as an example of one which survived the Arab Spring relatively unscathed, with the Nobel committee honoring the negotiators who organised a largely peaceful transition to democracy culminating in the 2014 election. But many Tunisians feel the political elite does not address the problems affecting their lives. Chris Moore, Mayssa Awad and Georges Yazbeck report.
A programme prepared by Anna Kowalska, Patrick Lovett, Laura Burloux and Claire Pryde.
Former US Diplomat; North Africa analyst at Control Risks