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Tunisia will protect 'burka or bikini' choice


The Ennahda Movement, the moderate Islamist political party, dominates the new democratically elected Tunisian government.

Said Ferjani, a key figure in Ennahda, tells Stephen Sackur that it is committed to building a Muslim democracy, and that nobody, including fundamentalist Islamists, should impose their own lifestyle on others.

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