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Background
On October 23, Tunisians will vote in their first democratic election in decades - choosing between 81 new parties.
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A look back at the nine months since massive protests toppled Tunisian ruler Ben Ali.
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On October 23, Tunisian voters will have 81 parties and hundreds of independent candidates to choose from.
By Sam Bollier
Features
Tunisian newcomer spends big on campaign
The Free Patriotic Union compensated for a lack of history with lavish campaign, testing limits of electoral authority.
Families condemn 'false hope'
Families struggling to cover their children's medical bills say Tunisian politician tried to use them to win votes.
Tunisia's election through the eyes of women
Al Jazeera speaks to Tunisian women from across the political spectrum about their hopes and fears for Sunday's poll.
Icon of Tunisian uprising runs for office
Tunisian revolutionary and lawyer Abdennaceur Laouini talks to Al Jazeera about why he is campaigning as an independent.
Tunisia's vocal Salafist minority
Although Hizb ut-Tahrir was not approved for the upcoming elections, the Salafist party is making its voice heard.
Arab bloggers meet in post-revolution Tunisia
Last year, none of these bloggers would have believed that social media would lead to the events of the Arab Spring.
Breaking through information monopoly
WikiLeaks and its Tunisian spin-off, TuniLeaks, may have offered the final blow to the power of state media.
Tunisian blogger becomes Nobel Prize nominee
Al Jazeera interviews a young blogger who documented Tunisia's uprising as it happened.
Transforming Tunisia's internet agency
Al Jazeera speaks to the head of the Tunisian Internet Agency, who is on a mission to make the body more transparent.
Tunisia: Women's rights hang in the balance
While Tunisia's revolution successfully ousted Ben Ali, women's rights could now be in jeopardy.
Sharing the 'Arab Spring'
Artists and open-source activists met in Tunisia to celebrate new-found freedoms and promote openness and sharing.
Uncertainty in Tunisia ahead of vote
Political parties make final pitch to voters before the country's first democratic election on Sunday.
More News
First step in democratic transition - creating new voter lists - has been bumpy, but volunteers have pitched in.
Moderate Islamist Ennahda party officially declared winner of country's landmark post-Arab Spring vote.
Secretary of newly elected Ennahdha party makes announcement as protests flare in birthplace of country's revolution.
Officials announce that moderate Islamist party won more than 40 per cent of seats in Constituent Assembly.
Moderate Islamists, who are leading in Sunday's vote, say party secretary-general will be prime ministerial candidate.
Nearly 70 per cent of eligible voters take part in first multiparty elections since ousting of ex-president Ben Ali.
October 23 polls will determine whether people want an Islamic or more secular rule.
Thousands marching in capital Tunis against a TV station for airing "blasphemous" movie are stopped by police tear gas.
At a glance
A look back at the revolution and its aftermath
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