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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Nejib Chebbi
A Tunisian Islamist party banned for more than 20 years was legalized Tuesday, while the country's most prominent opposition figure quit the unity government amid renewed uncertainty about where Tunisia is headed.
Tunisia took a step toward democracy and reconciliation Monday, promising to free political prisoners and opening its government to opposition forces long shut out of power — but the old guard held onto the key posts, angering protesters.
He also warned that the current instability in Tunisia could lead to a military takeover.
He said he is particularly frustrated by a measure requiring government ministers to abstain from running in upcoming presidential elections.