January 10, 2014

Tunisia Keeps the Arab Spring Alive

Noah Rayman, Time

The Associated Press

Tunisia’s Islamist Prime Minister resigned Thursday, setting in motion the plan to end the political impasse that has hobbled the country’s transition to democracy. After months of political wrangling, Tunisia’s ruling Islamist party is poised to peacefully hand over power—a sign of compromise that has been woefully absent elsewhere in the region.

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