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Tunisia?s Democratic Compromises Should Serve As A Regional Model

But as the anniversary of its revolution approaches, the countrys political leaders have managed something that ought to be a new model for the region: democratic compromise . Like Egypts Muslim Brotherhood, Tunisias Islamist Ennahda party won the first democratic elections after the revolution but quickly lost popularity because of poor governance, including its failure to control extremists. But rather than plunge into the battle to the death now underway between Egypts http://www.purevolume.com/gonzalosgvf/posts/5432649/Farrah+Abraham+Gets+The+Whole+Feminism-lesbian+Thing military regime and its secular allies and the Brotherhood, Tunisians struck a deal. On Thursday, Ennahdas prime minister stepped down to make way for a technocratic administration that will govern until elections are held this year. Meanwhile, a national assembly has appointed a nonpartisan election commission and is rushing to complete a long-delayed constitution by early next week. Washington Post Editorials Editorials represent the views of The Washington Post as an institution, as determined through debate among members of the editorial board. News reporters and editors never contribute to editorial board discussions, and editorial board members dont have any role in news coverage. Editorial Board Let this be the year Maryland stops failing domestic abuse victims. Both sides can claim a measure of victory.
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