ANKARA — Tunisia, where the Arab spring sparked, is to hold both legislative and presidential elections on schedule, before the end of 2014, the leader of Tunisia's Ennahdha Movement, Rached Al-Ghannouchi, said during his visit to Ankara on Tuesday.
The Tunisian Constituent Assembly (parliament) on Tuesday approved a number of articles of the draft electoral law which sets the terms for the running of the presidency of the Republic.
Despite political tension, two assassinations, economic turmoil and terrorist attacks, Tunisia managed to ratify a new, progressive constitution on January 26, Al-Ghannouchi said.
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