Tunisia has initiated many structural reforms related to its economy in the last twenty years. These reforms were primarily aimed at improving the business atmosphere and making the economy more competitive. But the corruption, dishonesty, exploitation of rights, manipulation, bribery, frauds, etc. harmed the country’s growth. The young generation became insecure and uncertain about their future. The unrest in the society led to the vast scale protest against the government of President Ben Ali, who was blamed to be the responsible person. He was ultimately thrown off his seat and the country was liberated from years of dictatorship and autocracy.
The country was governed by a single man, a dictator, an autocrat, President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. He was the in charge of one party state where he has been a categorical leader administrating for several decades. He was a ruler who seizes whatever he wishes for and never considers the desire of the people he governs. Ben Ali and his associates were extremely corrupt that people never thought of investing in the state and this idea was so abhorrent that the businessman and women living in the state never thought so because investing in Tunisia was like investing in a black hole. Economic Challenges and Reforms in Tunisia.
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