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Tunisia to Approve a New Constitution

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Results show that Tunisians have voted to approve a new Constitution proposed by President Kais Saied.

According to preliminary results announced by the Tunisian Independent Higher Election Authority, 94.6 percent of voters approved the Constitution.

Meanwhile the Country’s opposition stressed that the low turnout of about 30 percent showed the President’s weakness and the illegitimacy of the process.

It added that a month long appeal process would be held before the final result is announced at the end of August.

Written by: Helen Obih

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