Tunisian envoy doesn't regret 'the dictators leaving'

Sitting in his modestly decorated but elegant office just south of downtown Ottawa, Tunisian Ambassador Mouldi Sakri watches the television. Al Jazeera news is flashing pictures of anarchic chaos from Cairo and other Egyptian cities.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
Tunisian Ambassador Mouldi Sakri with his country’s foreign affairs minister, Kamel Morjane, in Ottawa in April 2010. Mr. Sakri, a career diplomat with 30 years experience under his belt, is already hard at work serving the new Tunisian government.
Avinash Gavai
Published: Wednesday, 02/02/2011 12:00 am EST

Sitting in his modestly decorated but elegant office just south of downtown Ottawa, Tunisian Ambassador Mouldi Sakri watches the television. Al Jazeera news is flashing pictures of anarchic chaos from Cairo and other Egyptian cities.

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