The democratic transition crisis is considered a transitional and democracratic one at the same time. This is what the quarterly report of DAAM center focused through a temporal concept that is the second transition. The latter remains far from being achieved, although it is considered an interpretation of establishing a political authority which is capable of managing and ending the transition according to terms, principles and goals related to all cultural, social and economic files. The transition’s management, authorities and institutions are confused and weak. And at the same time they are not finding a democratic assistance by the parties and the political scene that would contribute in ensuring their effectiveness and direction. The sections review in detail the indications of the crisis of transition and democracy in Tunisia during the monitoring period.