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Géographie du vote à distance : l’élection tunisienne de 2011 à l’étranger

Abstract : In October 2011, more than 200 000 Tunisians abroad voted along with their fellow citizens in Tunisia to elect the Constituent Assembly. Based on detailed and original results, the paper presents innovative maps of the Tunisian overseas voting. It underlines the disparity of the Tunisian voting behaviour depending on the place of residence. In addition to the voter turnout, this paper presents the results of the main Tunisian parties at the country level (worldwide) and at the level of each pooling station (Paris and suburbs). By doing so, the author emphasizes the relevance of geographical approach and multi-scaled analysis for overseas voting.
Mots-clés : Tunisie Elections Migration
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Thibaut Jaulin. Géographie du vote à distance : l’élection tunisienne de 2011 à l’étranger. L'Espace Politique, 2014, 2014/02 (23), ⟨10.4000/espacepolitique.3099⟩. ⟨hal-03568479⟩



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