Ousting a ruler easier than reforming, Tunisians learn

Corruption, high unemployment are barriers to a true democracy

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“[The dictator and his people] took advantage of us and humiliated us for years,” said Midhal Hamami, standing in front of a makeshift memorial to those who died here in Sidi Bouzid, the central Tunisian town where the revolution began. “Now we are a free people.”

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