Joyce A. Kasee

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The terrorist attack that killed at least 37 people at a beachfront hotel in Tunisia on Friday illustrates the potential dangers for the country’s otherwise determined pursuit of democracy. But it need not be a permanent setback, as long as Tunisian leaders stick to the plan and don’t succumb to the pressure and temptation to revert to old habits and a repressive crackdown.

Friday’s assault, by three gunmen in the coastal Tunisian city of Sousse, occurred in a place that is popular with Tunisian and European tourists. It follows the widely publicized attacks in March on another popular tourist destination, the Bardo Museum in the capital Tunis, and the killing of four police officers in two incidents in the northwest and center of Tunisia earlier this month.…  Seguir leyendo »