In Tunisia, the new government is still trying to sort out an economy in crisis. Worst affected are the inland regions, neglected under the former dictatorships, and at the frontline of the 2011 revolution that promised them more development. Over the past weeks, social movements have shown increasing determination, and even violence, demanding that the government honour that promise.
Programme prepared by Yong Chim and Mariem Lina Fahoum
Associate Fellow, Chatham House