This video says about itself:
Dec 24, 2012
In Tunisa….Luxury goods once belonging to the ousted Tunisian leader Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family have been put up for auction. Around 40 top-of-the-range cars are being sold off, as well as gold and diamond jewelry and furnishings. The former leader was forced into exile two years ago, in the first uprising of what became known as the Arab Spring.
14 January 2013
Tunis — The Congress for the Republic Party (CPR) staged, on Monday, on the occasion of the celebration of the second anniversary of the Revolution, a protest rally in front of the Saudi embassy in Tunis, claiming the extradition of former President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali and his trial.
Mr. Mehdi Ammar, CPR National Constituent Assembly (NCA) member said to TAP news agency that “the Tunisian people expects that Ben Ali be fairly judged like any Tunisian citizen.”
The trial of the corrupts is capital before any reconciliation, he emphasised, asserting that “Tunisia is capable, two years after the Revolution, to guarantee to Ben Ali a fair trial.”
- Islamists disown PM over move to end Tunisian crisis (reuters.com)
- Top Tunisian opposition leader shot dead (aljazeera.com)
- The View from Algiers: The Islamist Threat in Next Door Tunisia (world.time.com)
- Tunisian Opposition Leader Killed Amid Tensions (abcnews.go.com)