Since 2011,Tunisia has been living under the pressure of an economic crisis, deepened by the repercussions of the health crisis caused by the spread of COVID-19 and the inconsistency between authorities.
On October 23rd, 2019, Kais Saied was sworn in as the second directly elected Tunisian president after the revolution. During his first period in office, he gained a great consensus from a number of political parties and maintained high popularity.
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Attitudes to social media vary greatly on the role played in our daily life; this role is amplified each passing day as social media becomes one of the most effective ways to communicate with individuals all over the world.
Today, we as Arabs are not OK. Our societies live through a traumatic period of crises, and look towards an uncertain future. Our hope is our youth, who today have never been more world-conscious, sophisticated and creative.
After the high expectations brought by the "Arab Spring", the Arab world is divided: there are those who believe that the region is at the mercy of Western conspiracies and those who no longer doubt that the problems plaguing the Arab world are caused by the Arabs themselves.