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Ennahda win vows Islam rule in Tunisia

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Tehran, Oct 26 (ICANA) – A senior Iranian lawmaker says the victory of the Ennahda Islamic party in Tunisia's elections will lead to the establishment of an Islamic system in the North African country.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011 3:12:10 PM
Ennahda win vows Islam rule in Tunisia

The victory of the Islamic party of Ennahda in Tunisia's parliamentary elections will accelerate and promote the formation of an Islamic system in the country,” said Ali Aqa-Zadeh Dafsari, a member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian Majlis (parliament) on Wednesday.

Partial results from Tunisia's Sunday parliamentary polls show that the once-banned Islamic Ennahda Party has won the country's first ever democratic elections.

Tunisiais a prominent country in the Muslim world and following the wave of Islamic Awakening, Tunisians staged a major uprising and overthrew the former despotic regime, the Iranian legislator told Fars news agency.

Dafsari noted that the Tunisian revolution was rooted in Islamic beliefs and teachings and the nation revived its Islamic identity through the uprising.

He went on to say that the hegemonic powers sought to quell the Islamic Awakening through repressive methods and eliminate the Islamic beliefs; however, the victory of the Islamic party in Tunisia foiled the Western plots.

On Sunday, Tunisians voted for a 217-member assembly from among more than 11,000 candidates.

The elected assembly will rewrite the constitution after two decades under former ruler Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali who was toppled over the popular revolution in January.

The Tunisian revolution brought about the wave of Islamic Awakening across the Arab world and led to major political developments in Egypt and Libya.

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