Tunisians elected a new Parliament on Sunday bringing full democracy within their reach almost four years after an uprising cast out autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali and inspired the "Arab Spring" revolts.
Tunisia`s governing Islamist party has agreed to step down following negotiations with opposition parties that begin next week.
Ennahda will take prime minister`s position while veteran rights activist Moncef Marzouki will become the interim president.
Under the deal, the most powerful post, of prime minister, will go to Hamadi Jbeli.
Tunisia is known in the Arab world for its comparatively secular outlook and progressive legislation on women`s rights.
Tunisia is known for some of the most progressive legislation in the Middle East regarding women`s rights.
Announcing the results, election commission members said Ennahda had won 90 seats in the 217-seat assembly.
Tunisian authorities have been slow in announcing results because they`re taking extra care with the counting.
Tunisian voters poured into polling stations to vote on Sunday in their country`s first free election.
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