-- Constituent Assembly election 2011 (23rd to 26th October)
Tunisia turned out alright, last weeks elections showed that the fiscally centre-right and moderate Islamic "Ennahda", won 90 of the 271 seats.
30 went to the "Congress for the Republic Party", general moderates, and 21 to "Democratic Forum for Labour and Liberties Party", the secular labour party.
The junta intermediary phase government isn't moving. Emergency powers are still in place: curfew is active and protests are illegal. Elections set for October were pushed into December but have now been pushed indefinitely into 2012.
The largest protest since revolution occurred on the 9th of October outside the Maspero broadcasting channel. The group was made up mostly of Coptic Eastern Orthodox Christian protesting against the government's complicity to the recent increase in religious hate-crime. On the second day of the protest military vehicles charged into the protesters injuring 217 and killing at least 27.
Nothing, but I'm far from optimistic. The TNCs greatest internal faction is the "Libyan Islamic Fighting Group", it's ultra-Islamic and follows the Sunni school of Salafi.
In tribute to the Syrian Ba'ath Party and all those who take part in the international struggle against the prevailing Salafi philosophy.