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2012-02-20 13:30:37 Citizens Protest Against Various Issues in Front of National Constituent Assembly [Tunisia Live] On Saturday, nearly 700 people gathered in front of Bardo Palace, the seat of Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly (NCA). Since its election on October 23 and its first session on November 22, "the Bardo" - as it is called - has become a well-trodden ground for protestors, who wish to have their demands heard by their newly elected deputies.

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