Tunisian MPs recite the Fatiha, the opening Surat (brief chapter) of the Koran, during a meeting at the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) as part of the debates on a new constitution on January 23, 2014, in Tunis. AFP PHOTO / FETHI BELAID
TUNIS: Tunisian lawmakers will vote Saturday on adopting a long-delayed new constitution, more than three years after the revolution, a constituent assembly official said.
"The vote will be held tomorrow, Saturday," Mofdi Mssedi, spokesman for the speaker's office, told AFP.
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