Young men and women, men and adults here and there, and tents among them, iron barriers under strict security auspices, every erection wherever he finds his lost, either with singing, or with affiliation, and Tunisian flags flutter there on the chants of the Ennahda Movement, and here on the songs of the caliphate state of Hizb ut-Tahrir, and between them was Sheikh Imam and Julia Boutros' voices enthusiastically echo the move towards goals he has achieved, not empty slogans.
A mixture of chants and songs, a mosaic of victory celebrations, but who against whom? They must know ...
If the flags of the Palestinian state and the slogans of criminalizing normalization with Israel were within a stone's throw of Ennahda, their Turkish ally was present, both passively and positively.
On the sides of the celebrations, the rallies were against the Turkish presence in Libya, against the Speaker of the Parliament, the leader of the Islamic movement, Rashid Ghannouchi, and chants of his departure from the Council, after his visit to Erdogan, but it was part of the revolution of the unemployed or unemployed as they chanted.
They are celebrations that do not have multiple gains over the past nine years, but the recent past indicates that something is being built, and what is evidenced by that witnessed by the Parliament, which overthrew the first government since the revolution.
Yes, there are pillars of democracy, and there is an erosion of the Islamic movement, and between hope built and obsession dies, the life of the Tunisian people continues, with incendiary prices, high unemployment, and irregular suicide migrations, and while the situation narrows, but he lives awaiting a breakthrough who he thought would not be released .
It is the memory of the fall of a regime, a people celebrating freedom, and a generation that broke out on democracy, hoping that all events, if ended, are connected to relief.