Tunisia's Challenges Persist 5 Years After 'revolution'

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Its been five years since protest began in Tunisia, setting off a wave of unrest affecting several arab nations, later dubbed the arab spring. In Tunisia the protests are viewed as having been prompted by a desire for more freedom and democracy. Five years later Tunisia now has a new constitution and has held free elections. The country however continues to face numerous challeges key among them , jihadist violence and a struggling economy.
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