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18 de Enero de 2011

Según un analista político egipcio, "la primera lección que nos enseña Túnez es que la revolución es posible"

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Hablamos con Issandr El Amrani, analista político independiente y escritor residente en El Cairo, que escribe el famoso blog arabist.net. El Amrani asegura que la revolución de Túnez está teniendo un efecto electrizante en todo el mundo árabe. "La primera lección que no enseña Túnez es que la revolución es posible", afirma El Amrani. "Hay que recordar que no ha ocurrido algo así en el mundo árabe en décadas".

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