Bouchamaoui: Anger in Tunisia as dreams 'not realised'
Stephen Sackur talks to Nobel Peace Prize winner Ouided Bouchamaoui in Oslo.
Bouchamaoui is one of the four recipients representing the National Dialogue Quartet, a combination of civil society organisations that did much to rescue Tunisia from political chaos in recent years.
The Nobel committee hopes that Tunisia's example of inclusive politics can be a model for neighbouring countries, but is that realistic?
Ouided Bouchamaoui tells Stepheb Sackur about extremism in Tunisia. She says people’s dreams in the country have not been realised and that is why there is anger from some Tunisians.
She says she needs more action from the international community to help Tunisia combat the threat from Libya.