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    • Final Primary Results: Essebsi 39.46%. Marzouki 33.43.Hamami 7.82%.Hamdi 5.75%.Riahi 5.55%.Morjan 1.27%.Chebbi 1.04%
    • Voter turnout in Medenine 62%. Sfax1 67.7%. Gabes 61.7%. Kibili 62.9%.
    • Voter turnout in Sfax2 70.9%. Nabeul2 68.5%. Tatatouine 73.2%. Manouba 66.2%
    • Voter turnout in kairouan 54%. Bizerte 62.8%. Siliana 59.8%. Touzeur 59.3%.
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  • Corruption Rife in Post-Revolutionary Tunisia, According to Survey
  • Two Years after Revolution, Judges Still Protesting Lack of Autonomy
  • Deep Political Divide Over Calls to Dissolve Tunisian Government
  • Nidaa Tounes, Major Opposition Party, Calls for Dissolution of Government
  • Tunisian Femen Activist Amina Remains in Jail as Trial Continues
  • ‘Political Tourism’ in the NCA: No Passport Necessary
  • Marzouki Breaks with Party, Opposes Bill Excluding Ben Ali-Era Politicians
  • Femen Activists Rescind Apology, Speak Out on Treatment in Tunisian Prison
  • Choucha Refugee Camp to Close, Leaving Hundreds of Residents in Limbo
  • Tunisia’s Military: Striving to Sidestep Politics as Challenges Mount
  • Huffington Post Launches North African Branch in Tunis
  • Tunisia, a Forerunner in Reproductive Rights, Introduces New Morning-After Pill
  • Tunisians Find Facebook Number One Source of News, Says New Study
  • Human Rights and Cyber Security Under Debate in Tunisia
  • Tunisian Youth: Between Political Exclusion and Civic Engagement
  • Constitution Fails to Meet “Expectations of Tunisia,” Say Critics
  • Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan Met with Protests in Birthplace of Arab Spring
  • Turkey’s Erdogan in Tunisia: “There is No Country That Does Not Use Tear Gas”
  • NCA Speaker Weighs in on Constitutional Dispute
  • Final Draft of Constitution Announced, but Approval Remains Questionable
  • Prosecutors Appeal “Lenient” U.S. Embassy Attack Sentencing
  • Tunisia a “True Democracy” by 2018, Says President Marzouki
  • Counterterrorism Law in Effect Despite Human Rights Concerns
  • U.S. Embassy Criticizes September Attack Verdict as Too Lenient
  • Tunisian’s Execution Postponed in Iraq After Intervention by Rached Ghannouchi
  • Aridha Chaabia Continues to Surprise
  • Press Headlines – November 2nd, 2011
  • Tunisia’s Religious Minorities React to Ennahda’s Win: “I have faith in Tunisians, and not those who rule Tunisians!”
  • Sidi Bouzid Burning: A Tale of Two Conflagrations
  • Sidi Bouzid Erupts in Protest After Invalidation of Electoral Winner
  • Tunisia Live Interviews Hachimi Al Hamidi, Leader of Al Aridha
  • Aridha Chaabia, “Popular Petition,” Shocks Tunisian Politics (UPDATED)
  • A Triumphant Ennahda: Jebali for Prime Minister, No Candidate for Presidency
  • Press Headlines – October 26th
  • In Announcing Details of Voting Procedures, Local and International Observers Announce Clear Winner of Elections: “Democracy”
  • Press Headlines – October 25th
  • Post-Elections Reactions from the POCT (Tunisian Workers’ Communist Party)
  • Gender Segregation in Polling Stations: A ‘Divisive’ Issue?
  • Amnesty International Issues Manifesto Concerning Human Rights in New Constitution
  • Tensions Flare in Menzah 6: “Ghannouchi, Dégage!”
  • Donatella Rovera: In the Shadow of Tunisian Citizens, New Political Leaders Must Step Up
  • Elections Observers Conference: Optimism Amidst Challenges
  • “You Must Create the Tunisia You Want:” An Interview with Michael Gahler, Head of the EU Electoral Observation Mission in Tunisia
  • Tunisians in America: How to Vote Abroad
  • Protests Against Protests: Freedom of Speech and Anti-Censorship Rally in Downtown Tunis (updated)
  • Tunisia’s Olive Oil Sector in Danger
  • Press Headlines – October 16th
  • Confiscation Committee Seizes 61 New Companies, 100 Cars, and 41 Boats
  • American Ambassador Expresses Optimism and Support
  • The Jews of Djerba: A Regional and International Blend