TUNIS, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda party
won 90 seats in the country's 217-seat constituent assembly,
three times the number won by its nearest rival, the chief of
the election commission announced on Thursday.
Commission chief Kamel Jandoubi told a media conference the
Congress for the Republic, a secularist party, came second in
Sunday's election with 30 seats.
(Reporting by Tarek Amara and Andrew Hammond; Writing by
Christian Lowe; Editing by Louise Ireland)
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