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Constitutional Law professor Kais Saied would have won in the presidential elections in Tunisia this Sunday, according to polls. A ballot poll by Sigma Conseil awards him 76.9% of the votes, compared to 23% that his rival , tycoon Nabil Karui, would have obtained . In parallel, another survey by Emrhod Consulting gives Saied 72.53% of the votes against 27.4% obtained by Karui.
The official results will be announced on Monday by the Independent Electoral Instance (ISIE). The official participation rate has been recorded at 57.8%, much higher than that of the legislative elections of a week ago, in which only 41% were registered. According to Sigma Conseil, 90% of young people between 18 and 25 have voted for Saied, who is characterized by a conservative and austere ideology and does not have a traditional political structure behind his figure.
Saied supporters have gone out tonight to celebrate their victory in the immediate vicinity of the Tunisian municipal theater, according to local media Tunisie Numerique. Hundreds of young people with Tunisian flags chant slogans in favor of the new president with the art deco facade of the theater, located on Burguiba Avenue, the main artery of the capital, as a witness.
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