Ghannouchi calls for unity government in Tunisia

This week Tunisia's ousted president Zein al-Abidine Ben Ali was sentenced to 35 years in jail after being found guilty with his wife of theft and unlawful possession of cash and jewellery. Speaking on the eve of the Ben Ali verdict, Rached Ghannouchi, leader of the an Nahda party explains to David Gardner, international affairs editor, his concerns that the old guard is however staging a comeback and expresses his hopes elections will not be postponed again and for islamist and non-islamist involvement in government.