Barely a few posters and even fewer meetings: the electoral campaign for the second round of the anticipated legislative elections which will take place on Sunday is even more bleak than for the first round of last December.
At the Sidi el-Bahri market, in the center of Tunis, the ballot does not interest.
It's the price increase that's in everyone's conversation.
Ferjania Maksoudi sat down at a cafe.
She watches people go by.
No question of going shopping at the end of the month, as always, difficult.
The price of fish has almost doubled, those of fruit have also increased.
The meat, at more than 30 dinars
(€8.90, editor's note),
I can only buy it once a month and then again!”
Thirty dinars represents a day's wages for a worker.
Candidates without party
In December, inflation exceeded 10%.
The forties, unemployed like 15.3% of the population, says she is pessimistic about the future.
She does not yet know if she will vote: “
I don't really see the point.
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