Monday, May 9, 2011

Arab Revolution back to Tunisia

Too obviously the demands of the People are not being met in Tunisia, where elements of Ben Ali's single party still control all power resorts in spite of having zero legitimacy.

So protests have begun again and the provisional government has imposed a curfew and threatened to delay elections, holding democracy hostage. Where can this bring Tunisia to? It is clear that the provisional government lacks any legitimacy, so what do they expect to achieve?

Whatever the case, the Arab Revolution has anything but ended. 

See also: Al Jazeera's Tunisia - time of change.

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