Tunisia's 'Jasmine Revolution'

The Takeaway
The month-long uprising that brought an abrupt end to the 23-year rule of Tunisia's President Ben Ali on Friday is still reeling from its own force. Even as the interim government called for democratic elections in the upcoming months, sniper fire from what were thought to be renegade police militia battling the military could be heard on Sunday in pockets of the capital Tunis. Protesters hope there will be enough time for fledgling opposition groups to become a power to be reckoned with, but skeptics are fearful that elections could open the doors of Tunisia's modern secular society to more fundamentalist Islamic groups as well. Esther Kohler, a radio journalist reporting from Tunis and Ben Abulkareem Abdullah, a photographer and blogger who has been at the forefront of the Jasmine Revolution talk about the uprising and what citizens are expecting now.