This article by Nadeen Ebrahim is published by CNN. Here is an excerpt:
Once regarded as the sole democracy to have emerged from the mass protests of the Arab Spring in 2011, Tunisia on Monday voted on a newly minted constitution that analysts fear could be the final nail in the coffin of its democratic era.
With no minimum voter threshold, only 27.5% of eligible voters took part, according to the electoral commission’s latest figure.
Despite the low turnout, the new constitution was expected to pass as more than 90% of those who participated voted ‘yes,’ according to one exit poll shared on state TV Monday evening.
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