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Tunisia: The return of Ben Ali

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 23-10-2011 11:27 | Category: Politics



It is election day today in Tunisia. And this is one of the best Get Out The Vote campaigns I’ve ever saw.
“The return of Ben Ali.” He is the former dictator of Tunisia [Wikipedia]. Not really of course but a awareness campaign from Engagement Citoyen: “To accompany and support the democratic awakening in Tunisia”.
Their message: take this election serious. Vote for democracy.

Engagement Citoyen on Facebook.

Image below:
La dictature peut revenir. Le 23 octobre, votez.
Dictatorship can come back. On October 23, vote.


Tunisia: The return of Ben Ali. Engagement Citoyen


Two other recent video from Engagement Citoyen. Looking for the translation. Let us know in the comments.



Advertiser:
Engagement Citoyen
Agency:
Memac Ogilvy Label, Tunisia
Additional credits:
Creative Director: Nicolas Courant
Associate Creative Director: Gerald Heraud
Creative team: Mehdi Lamloum, Asma Kanzari, Yosri Mimouna, Yassine Boughaba
Agency Producer: Bedis Benamor, Moez Nemsi
Production Company: Propaganda
Director: Fehd Chabbi
Source:
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