Tunisia: 'a confused state of play'

The Takeaway
Change is coming to Tunisia, where banned books are returning to the shelves, the Internet is unblocked, and the ousted president's homes are being ransacked. However, the country is still in the middle of turmoil as protesters are fighting against the interim government for being too closely aligned with Ben Ali. Middle East correspondent for The New York Times, David Kirkpatrick and Tunisian blogger, Ben Abdul-Kareem Abdullah describe the politics and the social ramifications of an uncensored Tunisia.