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Spokesman: Ennahda won Tunisian elections

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Preliminary results from Sunday’s parliamentary elections showed the party came in first place, a spokesman for Tunisia’s Ennahda party said.

According to Reuters, the rival Heart of Tunisia party also announced earlier in the day that it was first dissolved in this election .

The polling stations of Tunisia have opened, eight on Sunday morning, the doors to voters in the legislative elections of 2019, conducted in 27 electoral districts in all provinces of the country after its launch Friday constituencies abroad.

In the legislative elections, 15,737 candidates are competing for 217 seats in the parliament, out of 1,752 lists distributed among party, coalition and independent lists.

The number of registered voters for the legislative and presidential elections is 7,565,307, while the total number of polling stations is 13,830 inside and outside Tunisia.

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