Middle East

Tunisia constitution will not be based on Islamic law: party

FILE - A Tunisian salafists woman wearing niqab, among several hundred people often close to Islamist party Ennahda, demonstrates in front of Tunisian national television headquarters on March 9, 2012 Tunis, to demand a "fair and reliable information" and "sanitation" of the TV channel. (AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID)





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