Dramatic and deep changes which have rolled through Tunisia after 2011’s revolution overturned the political, social and economic life in the country.
How did the young generation find themselves in a new situation? Hopes are mixed with disappointments. While most of the young women and men are optimistic, a few pessimistic voices can be heard as well.
“Lebess” is a popular answer for “How’re you today” and means “fine”. That’s the common answer on daily basis but how will it be in a few years time?
Political and economic instability combined with recent incidents caused by violent Salafists- radical Islamist group – undermined the feeling of great relief and excitement which was common right after the revolution. Countryside which is already under a great influence of Salafi movement and cosmopolitan, westernized big cities like Tunis
and Sousse need to find the way for a peaceful coexisting to ensure stable development. Is it possible? The political experts share different views on Tunisian future- from Islamist state to a Western-style democracy.