Tunisia’s parliament began voting on a new constitution on Friday, three years after the Arab Spring uprising that spread across the Arab world.
Each of the 45 articles needs a two-thirds majority.
It’s hoped the new charter will be finalised by mid-January and end the political feud between Islamists and secular parties.
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