Patrick O. Strickland – Independent Journalist

MEE: ‘We need work’: Tunisians look beyond elections from long voter lines

Early predictions have the secular Nidaa Tounes party with a convincing lead over Ennahda, the moderate Islamist party. (Photo: Emir Sfaxi)

In my latest Middle East Eye dispatch, I spoke to Tunisians at voting stations across the capital. As widely-reported elsewhere, security and the economy remain the primary concerns for most people nearly four years after the revolution.

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