Monthly Archives: January 2011

Protecting the Revolution. Immediate actions required for free and fair elections.

The Tunisian people have demonstrated that they deserve a just and accountable government, one that respects the civil liberties and dignity of every citizen, upholds the rule of law without prejudice or favouritism, and guarantees fair access to economic opportunities. While we … Continue reading

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On the government reshuffle.

Note: The persistent pressure of the protesters, UGTT, opposition parties, and civil society has paid some dividends, even if the government is not yet what the people really want (one which represents all parties and all of civil society, including … Continue reading

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The Dictator is gone but not the dictatorship. We haven’t done anything yet.

Ben Ali is gone, but the regime is still there. This interim government must be purged of the old regime’s men. This is why I think we should not trust this government: 1. Mr Ghannouchi’s government did not unequivocally state … Continue reading

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من شارع الحبيب بورقيبة

يا بن علي يلّي عذبوك، يا يابن علي يلّي قهروك يابن علي يلّي سرقوك, تنفس الحرية  إنجازاتك هداتلك الحرية، يحيا بن علي ، المجد لبن علي ، يا بن علي ما عادش خوف،  شعبك  هرب  يا  بن علي يا باهي .. يا  بن علي  يا سمح راك تحررت … Continue reading

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The fight for freedom is universal.

The fight for freedom is universal and eternal. Every human being can relate to to the feeling of being free from constraints imposed to oppress and repress.  Everyone  sympathises therefore with the fight of a people against a brutal tyrant. But … Continue reading

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Why the former ruling party (RCD) must go.

People in Tunisia are back on the street. After toppling the dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, they now want his ruling party, the RCD (Democratic Constitutional Rally), purged from the interim government. They are right. The RCD boasts a … Continue reading

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Good morning Free Tunisia!

We are finally free!! Friday, January 14, 2011, will be a memorable day in our modern history. The dictator fled, the tyranny crumbled, and the people have been finally freed. It took less than a month for the uprising which started … Continue reading

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