Tunisia is a peculiar case in the MENA – a single-party dictatorship that, after a half-century, turned into a democracy defined by compromise and cooperation between Islamists and secularists. The post-Arab Spring decade of democratic politics embodied the success of electoral competition and new institutional rules, but problems of economic underdevelopment and transitional justice confront the country as governments and parties continue adapting to the demands of pluralism
In 5 paragraphs answer the following question: Arab Spring in Tunisia was the beginning of a peaceful transition. Why works for them but does not work in other regions of the MEDA?
Introduction (argument) (why)
– reason 3