The citizens of Tunisia ousted another leader this weekend, forcing interim Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi—a vestige of President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali’s regime, which was toppled last month—to resign. “I am not ready to be the person who takes decisions that would end up causing casualties,” Ghannouchi said, referring to demonstrations against him that had killed three people. Hours later, a successor was named: Beji Caid-Essebsi, an 84-year-old foreign minister under the late President Habib Bourguiba, will take the reins until July’s elections.
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