Sunday, January 23, 2011

Police Officers Hold Protest in Tunisia

Hundreds of Tunisian police officers have joined public protests against the interim government in the capital Tunis days after a historic revolution ousted the country's president.

The police protesters were holding banners demanding the trial of officials linked to the regime of former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.

"The police are a people's party," some officers chanted.

"We no longer want to be a tool for the repression of the people by the authorities," DPA quoted one policeman as saying.'


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