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October 24th, 2011
01:48 PM ET

Living history in the Arab world – Jane Harman on witnessing elections in Tunisia and the future of Libya

Over the course of the last few days, a sea change has swept over the Arab world. In Tunisia, voters turned out in droves for a democratic national election; a whopping 90% of registered voters went to the polls. And next door in Libya, new leaders declared the country liberated from the iron-fisted rule of Moammar Gadhafi – and the start of the nation's transition to democracy.

This morning on American Morning, Ali Velshi speaks with Jane Harman, the CEO of the Woodrow Wilson Center, live from Tunis to discuss the future of a democratic Middle East.


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