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Tunisia's main Islamist party claimed today to have taken the biggest block of votes in historic free polls, as the cradle of the Arab Spring basked in praise for its democratic revolution. Official results were not due until October 25.
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People demonstrate in front of the ISIE's (Suprem Independent Institute for Election) international press center on October 25, 2011 in Tunis, to protest against electoral fraud. Tunisia's main Islamist party claimed today to have taken the biggest block of votes in historic free polls, as the cradle of the Arab Spring basked in praise for its democratic revolution. Official results were not due until October 25. The Islamist Ennahda party which claimed to have captured about 40 percent of the vote in the country's first free polls, as the cradle of the Arab Spring basked in praise for its democratic revolution. UPI/Hichem Borni
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