Tunisian assembly adopts provisional constitution, Aljazeera (2011)
This news article is about the adoption of a provisional constitution by Tunisia's constituent assembly. This provisional constitution sets the stage for the country to name a new government, nearly two months after its first post-revolution election. The 217-member assembly, elected in November, individually approved each of the 26 clauses of the document to get state institutions back on the move.
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