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Three Years Later, Democracy Remains Elusive in Tunisia

The North African country of Tunisia marks today, Tuesday, the third anniversary of the start of a revolution that triggered the wider Arab Spring uprisings. Still, the democratic transition remains incomplete, and many Tunisians are dissatisfied with the results: insecurity, a struggling economy and political gridlock. There also are positive signs, though, as wrangling parties agree on a new prime minister. Not so long ago, Sidi Bouzid was just another nondescript Tunisian town...

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