With a verdict set to arrive in the first case of Tunisians killed during the revolution, the process of transitional justice is beginning in Tunisia.
As the Tunisian justice system begins to plunge into the crimes of the past, it will inevitably have recourse to what is surely a rich fund of damning evidence on Tunisia’s former corrupt officials and torturing security forces: the National Archives. The question is, are the archives intact?
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