Police corruption undermining Tunisia’s revolution

This article describes corruption within Tunisia’s police, based on an officer’s insider account and a subsequent cover-up by higher officials. The author argues that ongoing official misconduct is undermining the impact of the country’s 5-year-old revolution, which was spurred in part by the same kinds of petty police and government corruption.

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