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    Tunisians Fear Democracy Transition is Stallingi
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    Lisa Bryant
    September 28, 2012 7:17 PM
    Almost a year after Tunisia held its first free elections, many fear the North African country's transition to a vibrant democracy has stalled. The economy is struggling, the government is divided, and Tunisians are locked in intensive debates about their future. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA from Tunis.

    Tunisians Fear Democracy Transition is Stalling

    Lisa Bryant

    Published September 28, 2012

    Almost a year after Tunisia held its first free elections, many fear the North African country's transition to a vibrant democracy has stalled. The economy is struggling, the government is divided, and Tunisians are locked in intensive debates about their future. Lisa Bryant reports for VOA from Tunis.


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