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Tunisian president vows to achieve goals of revolution

On the first anniversary of the Tunisian revolution, President Marzouki has assured Tunisians that the government will work day and night to meet their needs

MENA, Saturday 14 Jan 2012
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Tunisia's new president has pledged to rebuild the country‘s economic and political system that collapsed during the era of ousted president Zein El-Abidine Ben Ali.

Speaking on the first anniversary of the Tunisian revolution, President Moncef Marzouki said the new elected government would not spare any effort to meet the expectations of the Tunisian people who endured great sacrifies to topple Ben Ali’s regime a year ago.

“Holding former regime officials accountable, rebuilding the economy, attract more investment and reforming the tourism sector are the demands of the people that we, as a government, will work day and night to achieve,” 

Marzouki said at ceremony attended by many high level Arab officials.

Marzouki added that for the first time Tunisia will be a country that respects the rule of law and gives immunity to none that disrespect the people's dignity.

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richard
14-01-2012 09:20pm
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This report states that Tunisia's economic and political system collapsed during the era of ousted president Zein El-Abinine Ben Ali'. No it didn't. Tunisia collapsed after ex-president Ben Ali was deposed.
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