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Polygamy in Tunisia

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Polygamy in Tunisia

Tunisia became the first Arab state to formally abolish polygamy in 1956,[1] the same year it gained official independence. In current times, Tunisia is still one of the very few predominately-Islamic nations that has legally banned polygamy, another notable nation being Turkey, which has been noted to have a significant amount of western influence.

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  1. ^ Tunisia: Banned Polygamy 1956
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