Tunisia: Protesters decry amnesty corruption law

There have been protests in Tunisia against a controversial law granting amnesty to public officials accused of corruption before the 2011 Arab Spring.

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    There have been protests in Tunisia against a controversial law granting amnesty to public officials accused of corruption before the 2011 Arab Spring.

    Protesters say the law marks a setback for democracy.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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