Tunisians go to the polls to choose their first democratically elected president.

The vote on Sunday will mark the final stage of the transition in the country, whose revolution in 2011 led to what became known as the Arab Spring.

The two candidates represent two opposing groups in the Tunisian society. One associated with the old regime, while the other promising real change after the revolution.

So, who will Tunisians choose? And will their country move to the next stage safely?

Presenter: Sami Zeidan


Youssef Cherif - Political analyst and Tunisian blogger.

Amel Boubekeur - Non-Resident Fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs.

Scott Mastic - Regional director for the Middle East and North Africa at the International Republican Institute.

Source: Al Jazeera