Speaking to Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Counterpoint, Marc Pierini comments on Tunisia’s difficult transition to democracy.
In March, an Australian man was among the 23 people killed when a gunman stormed the Bardo National Museum in Tunisia. The attack highlighted that for all this fledgling democracy has achieved by this fledgling democracy since the Arab Spring, there is still a long way to go to democracy. Who can Tunisians look to for help to solve some of these problems and to continue to move forward? Might the EU be able to lend its support?
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