February 21, 2013

Egypt & Tunisia: New Leaders, Same Brutality

Erin Cunningham, Global Post

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The governments that rose to power in Egypt and Tunisia in the wake of the Arab Spring are increasingly relying on the oppressive security apparatuses crafted by their predecessors.

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TAGGED: Mohamed Morsi, Ennahda Party, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Tunisia, Egypt

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