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Dividing a dictatorship's assets

Tunisian-Mtlers.JPGA Radio-Canada investigation has learned that the Canadian government intends to keep as much as half of the assets it seized from former members of the Tunisian regime with business interests here. Daybreak speaks to two Tunisian-Montrealers, who say they're outraged.

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photo: (left) Sonia Djelidi, president of the Canadian Collective of Solidarity with the Tunisian Struggle for Social Justice. (right) Haroun Bouazzi is an activist and spokesperson for the Association for Human Rights in the Maghreb.

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