The General Secretary of Machrou3 Tounes Party Mohsen Marzouk gives a speech in Tunis on July 23, 2016. / AFP / FETHI BELAID
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Tunisian dissident Mohsen Marzouk opened a congress of his new party Saturday, rejecting religion in politics and vowing to be a force for change.More than 3,000 people attended Saturday's opening of the constitutional congress in Tunis, which will continue for the next two days in the northeastern town of Hammamet.Nidaa Tounes was created in 2012 and included political personalities from the left and centre right, as well as officials from the former regime of toppled ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
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