Tunisia approves new constitution, appoints government

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Placebo101 wrote:

This is too one sided, and I mean no offence when I say that this was somehow ignorant, and not well studied in some ways.
There is a lack of understanding about the situation in Tunisia, and a lack of the solid facts (the details).
I think this is a type of a black and white news.
But still, Tunisia is very proud to finish a democratic constitution where everyone helped to create, islamists, liberals, extreme left, independent people, and simple people, and at the end, everyone was happy and everyone hugged each other. This should be an example to the world, where all the different ideologies find a common ground for the best of the country.
It’s also the first time where a goverment elected by a high majority of the people steps aside to avoid blood spill and violence for the best of the country.
I can say that today we can have more faith in the future.

“If the people wanted life*, destiny must respond”–Abu Al-Qasem Al-Chabi.
wanted life: The desire to be free, to live, and to flourish.

Jan 27, 2014 2:18pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Placebo101 wrote:

This is too one sided, and I mean no offence when I say that this was somehow ignorant, and not well studied in some ways.
There is a lack of understanding about the situation in Tunisia, and a lack of the solid facts (the details).
I think this is a type of a black and white news.
But still, Tunisia is very proud to finish a democratic constitution where everyone helped to create, islamists, liberals, extreme left, independent people, and simple people, and at the end, everyone was happy and everyone hugged each other. This should be an example to the world, where all the different ideologies find a common ground for the best of the country.
It’s also the first time where a goverment elected by a high majority of the people steps aside to avoid blood spill and violence for the best of the country.

I can say that today we can have more faith in the future.
I hope that our future will reflect our past.

“If the people wanted life*, destiny must respond”–Abu Al-Qasem Al-Chabi.
wanted life: The desire to be free, to live, and to flourish.

Jan 27, 2014 2:21pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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