Tunisia experienced a long electoral season that began in late August and ended in mid-October 2019. The elections not only resulted in the revamp of state institutions, but also shook the country and sent it into a completely different stage. This paper aims to touch on the prospects of the experience of the Tunisian democratic transition through a discussion of several elements, the most important of which are; the new parliament map, the most important messages of the electoral process, challenges moving forward, and different possible outcomes. The paper concludes that Tunisia is now in a situation open to all possibilities of success and failure, but success could prevail despite all difficulties.