Will Tunisia's new government ensure stability?
Tunisia's national unity cabinet is reported to have postponed its first meeting, amid a row over the presence of members of the previous government in key positions. What does this mean for the future of the country?
Four opponents of the ousted president, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, quit the government in protest at the continued domination of his RCD party. Interim President Fouad Mebazaa and Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi resigned from the RCD.
But the opposition ministers said the move had not allayed their concerns. Meanwhile, further violent protests have raised doubts about the likelihood of a stable transition to an open and democratic government.
Are you in Tunisia? What do you think about the new government? What impact will this have on other countries in the region?