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Exit poll shows tough road to form government after Tunisia election

Reuters Sunday, 6 October 2019
An exit poll showed the moderate Islamist Ennahda party narrowly emerging as the largest party in Tunisia's parliamentary election on Sunday, but with only a small proportion of votes, which may make it hard to build a governing coalition.
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News video: Tunisia parliamentary vote: Exit poll shows Ennahdha in the lead

Tunisia parliamentary vote: Exit poll shows Ennahdha in the lead 02:43

Ennahdha projected to win 17.5 percent of the vote, slightly ahead of Qalb Tounes, tipped to secure 15.6 percent.

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