In August 2016, Tunisia’s parliament overwhelmingly approved Youssef Chahed as head of government, after a month of negotiations to form a unity government that many hoped would be more effective in implementing reforms than its internally divided predecessor. Chahed promised to prioritize fighting terrorism, boosting economic growth, and fighting corruption, among other issues. Nearly a year later, his government has made headlines for its progress on these fronts, but it still faces significant challenges.

Four experts take a look at the policies of the past year and examine how effective they have been at addressing underlying issues.

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