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Tunisian parliament rejects proposed new government in a confidence vote

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020
Tunisia's deeply fragmented parliament on Friday rejected a proposed new government in a confidence vote, meaning a complex coalition-building process will need to start again, with urgent economic reforms at stake.
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