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99 seconds to create a road map for Tunisia!

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On 14 January 2011, Tunisian youth achieved a victory in their struggle for a better life. On this date, former president Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali was overthrown and left the country. Tunisia held its first free elections on 23 Octobre 2011, boosting the youth’s hope of achieving their ambition for the country. However, a few months before the next elections, we ask ourselves many questions: Did any of the hopes and ambitions of Tunisian youth come true? How does Tunisian youth evaluate the government’s performance? How do they evaluate the opposition’s performance?

On 14 January 2011, Tunisian youth achieved a victory in their struggle for a better life. On this date, former president Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali was overthrown and left the country. Tunisia held its first free elections on 23 Octobre 2011, boosting the youth’s hope of achieving their ambition for the country. However, a few months before the next elections, we ask ourselves many questions: Did any of the hopes and ambitions of Tunisian youth come true? How does Tunisian youth evaluate the government’s performance? How do they evaluate the opposition’s performance? How do they evaluate the National Constitutional Assembly’s performance? What are their suggestions for Tunisia’s future? What are the priorities for Tunisian citizens? Their social situation? Personal freedoms? Security? Send us a 99 second video with your opinion on the current situation and a proposal for a roadmap for Tunisia. These videos will be displayed on our official website in all transparency and without censorship, permitting the public to vote for their favorite videos. The top two winners will be invited to participate in a highly visible live debate that will be broadcast on a TV channel. The two live debate participants will appear alongside two opinion leaders to convince the audience and the public of their point of view and the merit of their proposal for a roadmap for Tunisia. Tunisian youth are responsible for their country’s future. Do not miss the opportunuity to express your bold opinions freely and help shape a better future for Tunisia. Munathara wishes you good luck!

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Lobna Hass
Sep 20, 2013
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Oussema Babouli
Sep 26, 2013
Lobna Hass
Sep 20, 2013
Lobna Hass
Sep 20, 2013
dzeuss###29
Sep 19, 2013
Mehrez Har
Sep 25, 2013
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