Another "je suis Charlie" moment? Or Nemtsov "grief march"?
What has the Tunisian gov't done recently that the US/NATO doesn't like? Sell oil in Euros? Allow Libyan refugees to live a better life? Refused an IMF "loan"?
AAHHH, there it is. From the BBC: "Concerns about security in Tunisia have increased in recent months as neighbouring Libya has become increasingly unstable. A large number of Tunisians have also left to fight in Syria and Iraq, triggering worries that returning militants could carry out attacks at home. "
So therefore the BBC finds it unsurprising that there are: "helicopters flying... tanks rolling... Parliament evacuated".
Waddles like a coup, quacks like a coup. How crafty will the US/NATO be in covering its tracks this time, the corporate media insisting that martial law is necessary for "national security".