Tunisia to hold long-delayed municipal vote in 2018

Tunisia to hold elections in 2018

Soldiers and security forces will get to vote on April 29 and members of the public on May 6

Activists hope the elections will give a new push for the North African country’s democratic transition by giving more power to local councils.

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The vote had been postponed several times, raising fears among activists that figures from the old regime were trying to stall the advances promised after the uprising.

The last municipal vote was held in 2010.

Source: Reuters

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