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Tunisia’s new President, 88-year-old Beji Caid Essebsi, says he wants to “...turn the page on the past and look to the future”. Elected with almost
The new Tunisian President has pledged reconciliation as he was sworn in before the House of People’s Representatives on Wednesday. Eighty
Thousands of supporters of Beji Caid Essebsi danced, sang and waved the Tunisian flag in celebration of his victory in Sunday's run-off election.
Beji Caid Essebsi has declared victory in the country's presidential run-off. Officials results are expected later on Monday.
Counting is underway following Sunday’s presidential run-off election in Tunisia. A result is expected to be announced on Monday evening. The vote
Polls have closed in Tunisia’s presidential run-off election. Sunday’s vote marks the country’s transition to full democracy after a revolution that
The final step in Tunisia’s transition to full democracy following the 2011 revolution takes place on Sunday with voters going to the polls in the
Tunisia is preparing for Sunday’s landmark poll when the country will hold a run-off of its first presidential democratic election. Neither of the
A former official of the ousted Tunisian leader Ben Ali looks set to go into a close run-off ballot in the country’s historic presidential
Founder of the Nidaa Tounes party Béji Caid Essebsi and interim President Mohamed Moncef Marzouki are heading for Tunisia’s presidential run-off vote
Tunisia’s two main presidential candidates are expected to go head to head in a second round a run off following Sunday’s landmark election. It
The votes are being counted in Tunisia’s historic presidential election. This is the first ever ballot to directly elect the country’s leader and
Polling stations have now closed in Tunisia’s historic presidential election. This is the first ever ballot to directly elect the country’s leader
Tunisians are heading to the polls to vote for their first directly elected president since the 2011 revolution ended the rule of Ben Ali. The
Tunisians are heading to the polls on Sunday to vote for a new president, a month after parliamentary elections were held. The country which
Tunisia is heading to the polls to vote on Sunday for a new president, just one month after electing its parliament. The country which kick started
Tunisia’s electoral commission has formerly announced that secular party Nidda Tounes has won Sunday’s general election. The vote was one of the
Tunisia’s Islamists, beaten into second place in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, say they would be willing to take part in a national unity
A secular alliance appears to be leading the race for seats in Tunisia’s first parliamentary election under a new constitution. As soon as polling
Tunisia votes on Sunday in the country’s second free election since former president Zein El-Abidine Ben Ali was ousted in the onset of the Arab
Tunisians are going to the polls on Sunday to vote for a new parliament for the first time since dictator Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali was overthrown four
Tunisia votes on Sunday in its first general election since the country adopted a new constitution in January. Analysts say there is a rising
Tunisia is in the final days of campaigning ahead of Sunday’s (26 October) parliamentary election – a vote that aims to complete the north African
Tunisia’s authorities are braced for possible terrorist disruptions of the October 26th parliamentary election and the presidential poll on 3rd of
At last: normal, reliable civic security… the legislative elections under preparation in Tunisia are raising hopes. When the Arab Spring erupted in
A Tunisian policeman has been shot dead and another wounded in a shootout with suspected terrorists on the outskirts of the capital city Tunis.
On Sunday, the people of Tunisia will trace the north African country’s future path to democracy in a parliamentary election. In the aftermath of
The prospects for human rights in Tunisia after forthcoming elections comes under the spotlight in this edition of Utalk. The question is from
Political tension has once again gripped Tunisia with hundreds of protesters taking to the streets of Tunis on Wednesday (April 16) to condemn what