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Tunisian Constituent Assembly, 2011

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Tunisian Assembly makes way for newly elected legislators

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Demonstration in Front of Tunisian Constituent Assembly

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Historic Tunisia poll opens

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Video of Tunisians voting in Washington, D.C. in the National Constituent Assembly elections.

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Tunisians go to the polls

The Constituent Assembly of Tunisia, or National Constituent Assembly (NCA) was the body in charge of devising a new Tunisian constitution for the era after the fall of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and his Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD)–regime. Convoked after the election on 23 October 2011, the convention consists of 217 lawmakers representing Tunisians living both in the country and abroad. A plurality of members comes from the moderate Islamist Ennahda Movement. The Assembly held its first meeting on 22 November 2011, and was dissolved and replaced by the Assembly of the Representatives of the People on 26 October 2014.
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