Tunis...joining the queues of complainers here
Zamazi Messaoud Ladaissi says relatives of the ousted president beat and jailed him to force him to hand over his shop to them. Photo/Megan Williams.
Tunisia's democratic rebellion seems to be working. Everybody's complaining.
Only now, somebody's listening.
Especially, Canadian Megan Williams found out, when it comes to getting back what the rulers of the former kleptocracy stole.
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