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1956 Tunisian Constituent Assembly election

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Tunisia's newly elected assembly gets to work

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Tunisians vote for their parliament

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Tunisia's Elections Law Debate

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Tunisia's post-revolution election

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Tunisia To Hold Parliamentary, Presidential Elections In October And November

Constituent Assembly elections were held in Tunisia on 25 March 1956, five days after independence. The result was a victory for the National Union, an alliance of the Neo Destour party, the Tunisian General Labour Union, the National Union of Tunisian Farmers and the Tunisian Union of Craftsmen and Merchants, which won all 98 seats, with the opposition Communists and independents only winning a combined 1.3% of the vote. Following the election, Habib Bourguiba was appointed Prime Minister of a Neo Destour-dominated government. Voter turnout was 83.6%.
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