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Topic - Ennahda
TUNIS, Tunisia — Tens of thousands of Tunisians on Saturday called for the resignation of the Islamist-led government in one of the largest opposition protests to date.
Five days of riots last week in a town in Tunisia's impoverished interior wounded hundreds of people and deepened the rift between the two most powerful forces in this North African country: the moderate Islamist ruling party and the main labor union.
Tunisia's new constitution will not be adopted before February, the head of the drafting committee said Tuesday after having announced that it would be delayed until April.