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Published on Oct 22, 2011
Ten months after kicking out longtime dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisians head to the polls Sunday to vote in the country's first democratic elections since Tunisia's independence half a century ago. More than 100 parties are running for a place in the so-called Constituent Assembly, which will draw up a new constitution and craft a political roadmap for the North African country. From Tunis, Lisa Bryant reports the vote pits staunch secularists against the popular Islamist Ennahdha Party.