Death of famous Tunisian street vendor is remembered as protests hint at a Moroccan Arab Spring
Tunisia articles on Democracy Chronicles
Tunisia is an electoral democracy. The post-Arab Spring balloting of October 2011 represented a dramatic improvement in electoral freedoms and practices. Also check out our section on World Democracy and our articles about the Arab Spring.
Another round of political dealmaking is ahead after Tunisian Parliament gives no-confidence vote
A reporter witnessed all the hope and despair brought by the 2010 Arab Spring revolutions
Progress and disappointment mark five year anniversary of the revolutionary Tunisian Arab Spring
Political violence and government overreach threaten hard won victory for Tunisian press freedoms
Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Tunisian Quartet that helped birth rare democracy out of Arab Spring
If these peace talks do take place it will be up to the two sides to come to an agreement that will be beneficial for the Libyan people and to restore a civil society where people could live peacefully in their historically troubled country.
Internal elections critical to solidify democracy inside of all major Tunisian political parties
Results in Tunisia and Arab World’s first Presidential runoff reveal population tired of violence
Tunisia’s historic revolution sparked uprisings throughout the Arab world following the Arab Spring banner. While many of those uprisings have brought little else but violence, the real Arab revolution continues to be centered in Tunisia.