Washington Post / Tunisian voters balancing security and freedom

A snapshot of public opinion four years in to the Arab Spring’s lone success story demonstrates that while Tunisians care about increased security, they are equally concerned about securing personal freedoms. A post for the Monkey Cage at Washington Post with Elizabeth Nugent and Radhouane Addala. 

 A woman holds a placard reading: “No to Terrorism” as she demonstrates in front of the National Bardo Museum a day after gunmen attacked the museum and killed scores of people in Tunis, Tunisia, Thursday, March 19, 2015.

A woman holds a placard reading: “No to Terrorism” as she demonstrates in front of the National Bardo Museum a day after gunmen attacked the museum and killed scores of people in Tunis, Tunisia, Thursday, March 19, 2015.