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A man casts his vote at a polling station in Tunis October 26, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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An official helps a man to mark his finger with ink before voting at a polling station during election in Tunis October 26, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Rachid Ghannouchi, leader of the Tunisian moderate Islamist Ennahda Party, holds up his ballot for members of the media at a polling station in Ben Arous, Tunisia, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014 (Photo: AP)
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People stand in line at a polling station as they wait to cast their votes, in Tunis October 26, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Tunisian women queue outside a polling station to vote in parliamentary elections in Ben Arous, Tunisia, Sunday Oct. 26, 2014 (Photo: AP)
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A woman casts her vote at a polling station in Tunis October 26, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Tunisians show their ink-stained fingers after casting their votes, in Tunis October 26, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Tunisians queue outside a polling station in La Marsa, Tunisia, Sunday Oct. 26, 2014 (Photo: AP)
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Beji Caid Essebsi, the head of Nidaa Tounes party, casts his vote at a polling station in Tunis October 26, 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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Following the adoption of Tunisia's new constitution, Tunisians votes in the first parliamentary elections since the January 2011 Revolution with 13,000 candidates from 90 parties competing for 217 seats.

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