24 Feb 2013 - Jerome Scheltens is a guest in the Dutch radio show VPRO Bureau Buitenland. He explains the situation in Tunisia, where Laarayedh became prime minister. He replaces Jebali, who resigned after his initiative to form a technocratic government failed to garner political support.
An evening about the revolution, democracy and development in Tunisia. On March 6 2013, exactly 500 days after the first free elections in 2011, it's time for a follow up: what has the Arab Spring brought to Tunisia?
The Tunisian School of Politics (TSoP) is a joint initiative of the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD), Demo Finland, the Bulgarian School of Politics and the Centre of Mediterranean and International Studies (CEMI).