Tunisians Vote on Controversial New Constitution

Tunisia voted Monday on a new constitution that supporters hope will end years of economic and political turmoil and that critics fear will end the Arab Spring’s only democracy. Though the opposition called for a boycott of the referendum, voters are expected to approve the new constitution pushed by Tunisian President Kais Saied. For VOA, Lisa Bryant reports from the Tunis suburb of Ariana.

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