With efforts to form a coalition government in Tunisia underway, it would appear that the Ennahda Party, which secured a series of victories in the recent parliamentary and presidential elections, is excluding its closest opponent, Qalb Tunis, from a "Coalition of Opposites", pushing instead for a coalition with four smaller parties.
There are signs in Tunisia that the Qalb Tunis party will form a "Coalition of Opposites" with Ennahda after the former supported the latter's candidate for the Speaker of the Parliament, Rachid Ghannouchi.
After five years of investigating cases of corruption and human rights abuses under former dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia's Truth and Dignity Commission is concluding its mandate, though many Tunisians say there is still much more to do.
Youth in Tunis have set up initiatives which will help citizens reduce pollution and increase health benefits through cycling. The youth have worked in cooperation with an organisation for the blind to allow blind people to experience safe cycling in the city.