Tunisia, shaken by days of nationwide unrest over worth hikes, is marking seven years because the North African nation drove out its lengthy-time autocratic ruler.
Tunisians are calling for peaceable protests on Sunday’s anniversary to inform the nation’s new leaders that they’ve failed to repair issues that fed the revolution.
President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali fled into exile on Jan. 14, 2011, reworking the nation right into a budding democracy. Now, protesters are driving residence the message that they consider that six governments in energy since then have crushed hopes of social and financial justice, and left them feeling betrayed.
Frustration was in full view final week when protests grew. One individual died, and scores have been injured earlier than a police crackdown.