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Lilia Blaise


Portrait of Mohamed Brahmi

[A Tunisian lawyer reacts as the coffin of Tunisian opposition politician Mohammed Brahmi is carried out of his home in El Ghazela, in the suburb of Tunis, prior to the funerals in Tunis, Saturday 27 July 2013. Mohammed Brahmi was shot fourteen times in front of his home within sight of his family on Thursday, plunging the country into a political crisis and unleashing demonstrations around the country blaming the government for the assassination. Image by Amine Landoulsi/AP Photo.]

“I entered politics as a man and I will leave it as a man.” These were some of the last words Mohamed Brahmi stated to one of his friends most loyal to the People's Movement, several days before his death on 25 July 2013 in Tunis. Mohamed Brahmi was one who believed in true political engagement, the kind that requires a lifetime investment on the ground. A close friend of Brahmi said: With Chokri Belaid and Mohamed Brahmi, Tunisia has lost men who spoke differently, who ...

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Lilia Blaise


Lilia Blaise est une journaliste chez Réalités Formation : Master d'information communication à l'Institut Français de Presse.