UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Millions of Tunisians will head to the polls on Sunday to cast their ballot in a crucial parliamentary vote, the second such polls since the 2011 revolution.
The conservative Ennahdha party is facing off against a newly created secular party – the Heart of Tunisia.
The 2014 constitution gives the prime minister a bigger say in domestic issues, while the president controls defence and foreign affairs.
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