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    • ISIE: Full Results Will Be Announced Tuesday at 11 a.m.
    • 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%.
    • Tunisia’s Voter Turnout 64,6%
    • Afek Tounes Endorses Essebsi as a Presidential Candidate
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