Muslims voting in Tunisia 2011. The ink on the fingers is used to indicate the person has voted and prevents them from voting again.
Muslims voting in Tunisia 2011. The ink on the fingers is used to indicate the person has voted and prevents them from voting again. Photo courtesy ofMariem Masmoudi
Muslims voting in Tunisia 2011. The ink on the fingers is used to indicate the person has voted and prevents them from voting again. Photo courtesy ofMariem Masmoudi

Elections offer a time for us to seek justice, not people just like us

March 02, 2016 02:02 PM