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  • In Sidi Bouzid, agricultural capital in the heart of Tunisia, a seller of fruits and vegetables, Mohamed Bouazizi, 26 years old, had set himself on fire.
    His gesture of despair caused a wave of protests and demonstrations against unemployment and the high cost of living unprecedented twenty years throughout the country. It sparked a revolution.

    Effer Lecébé has decided to honor this man who has become worldwide and particularly in the Maghreb countries, the symbol of freedom and human rights.
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