Tunisia is still building its democratic system. That means the process is fluid.
There are two elections: one for parliament and one for president.
International and domestic observers will attend to make sure the votes are free and fair.
Presidential terms last for five years, and presidents are limited to two terms.
To run for president, one must be:
The president is head of state; oversees defense, foreign relations, and national security; can dissolve parliament; and chairs the national security council and is commander in chief of the armed forces.
If no presidential candidate receives a majority of votes, there will be a runoff.