Democratic transition in Tunisia has highlighted transitional justice as one of the most important and current social and political issues. Despite having been mentioned in the constitution, its outcomes, especially those concerning women victims remain incomplete. Judicial procedure has not resulted in the promised outcomes as governed by the law and is an ongoing political and social process. This article examines what transitional justice has achieved for women victims against what they had hoped for and how the course of justice has been evaluated by these victims. Concrete cases were selected according to a qualitative approach by talking to a sample of women who represent different cases of victims. Most of these women agreed that transitional justice had failed to achieve any tangible outcomes for them.