Tunisian assembly approves new constitution

27 January 2014
<div id="article-body-blocks"> <p><a title="More from the Guardian on Tunisia" href="http://www.theguardian.com/world/tunisia">Tunisia</a>'s national assembly approved the country's new constitution on Sunday night in one of the final steps to full democracy, three years after protests led to the toppling of autocrat Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.</p><p>Just before the constitution's approval, prime minister Mehdi Jomaa named a new caretaker cabinet appointed to ease a crisis between Islamists and the secular opposition until new elections later this year.</p>
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