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Elections in Tunisia

Presidential candidate Kais Saied kisses a Tunisian flag after unofficial results during the Tunisian presidential election in Tunis, Tunisia, September 15, 2019
Presidential candidate Kais Saied kisses a Tunisian flag after unofficial results during the Tunisian presidential election in Tunis, Tunisia, September 15, 2019 Reuters

Tunisia wrapped up its presidential election on 15 September with a low voter turnout of 45 percent. The polls were the second time the people directly voted for their president. But many wonder if the low turnout rate is an indicator that things are not faring so well. Rfi’s David Coffey spoke to Anne Marie Bissada in Sousse, Tunisia where she has been following the elections and despite talk of low turn out, asked what she witnessed during Sunday's polls. 

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