Tunisia's historic vote: Islamist Ennahda Party accepts defeat
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It has been nearly four years since the beginning of the Arab Spring, which spread from Tunisia to other nations like Libya and Egypt. But unlike Libya and Egypt, Tunisia since has enjoyed relative peace. Despite civil unrest, the country has held a new round of elections - the first under its new constitution - with the once-dominant moderate Islamist party Ennahda accepting it has lost to the main secular opposition party Nidaa Tounes. But will these elections bring stability?