Middle East

Tunisian Islamist party also says it won parliamentary election

Staff members of Tunisia's Independent Higher Authority for Elections (ISIE) sort through ballots in the capital Tunis on October 6, 2019 during parliamentary elections. Outsider candidates challenged Tunisia's political elite today as voters returned to the polls weeks after a presidential election that reshaped the country's post-Arab Spring political landscape. Polling stations for the seven-million-strong electorate closed at 6:00 pm (1700 GMT), with preliminary official results scheduled fo





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