Tunisia is in the middle of a transition which started on January 14, when former President Ben Ali was forced to resign and leave the country. Three interim governments have followed since, and the October 23 elections for the Constituent Assembly might be the first free elections since Tunisia’s revolution. During the last nine months, Tunisian political scene has been liberalized and new forces have entered the arena, each representing specific interests and each in search of legitimacy. Meanwhile, an interim quasi-legislative body has been established to exercise some control on the executive. What will be of Tunisia’s transition remains to be seen, as almost all questions will not find an answer before the draft of a new Constitution. In the meantime, this paper offers a preliminary analysis of the ongoing transition process.