Today is the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the "Arab Spring," which began with the self-immolation of a worker on 17 December 3020. Even though Tunisia is better off, unfortunately the Arab summer never arrived in the other countries.
In yesterday's Guardian there is a long story on how even in Tunisia people are disappointed 10 years later. They have more freedom but economically things are bad. Bouazizi's (?, the guy whose immolation started it all) family has left the country.
There is the grim prospect that today's constitutional referendum in Tunisia will be approved, rolling back almost all of the progress from the previous constitution, including women's rights.
There is so much stuff going on in the world at the moment that most people outside of Tunisia don't give a shit. The Tunisians have been told that the new constitution will stop inflation, stop the energy crisis and get rid of all of the other problems in the country. Sure.