Moncef Marzouki

Moncef Marzouki has most recently been quoted in an article called Three years on, Tunisia uprising marked by angry demos. Moncef Marzouki said, “Today we have an opportunity to stop and ask ourselves whether we should protest over what has not been achieved or celebrate what has been achieved, and where we stand today and where are we heading to. Dear citizens, in order to be impartial, we need to acknowledge that we have achieved many things.”. Moncef Marzouki has been quoted a grand total of 7 times in 5 articles.

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Today we have an opportunity to stop and ask ourselves whether we should protest over what has not been achieved or celebrate what has been achieved, and where we stand today and where are we heading to. Dear citizens, in order to be impartial, we need to acknowledge that we have achieved many things.

This is a heinous murder of a political leader who I know well, who has been my friend for a long time, Chokri Belaid. This is a political assassination, knowing today, at this time, they knew I would be speaking to you. It is a threat, it is a letter, but it won't be received, we refuse, we reject this letter, we reject the message and we will continue to expose the enemies of the revolution.

I'm hearing the anger of certain people. I do accept that the main goals of the have not been fulfilled and the corrupt of the previous regime remain at large.

I was looking for the word 'total equality' in the constitutional project that was submitted to me and which I consider as necessary. I found 'equal' but not 'totally equal' and I would prefer to add the word 'totally' to avoid any ambiguity.

People must understand that the government has only been in place for two months. It needs two or three years to lay the solid foundations for economic renewal in the country. The government is in the process of laying the cornerstones for fundamental reforms of which we shall see the results in at least five years' time. That's what people are called upon to understand.

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