TUNIS (AFP) - Tunisia's electoral commission held a test vote Sunday that appeared to run smoothly one week before historic elections in the country that launched the Arab Spring revolts. The ISIE election body chose La Fayette polling station in central Tunis for the dry run, an area where some 80 lists of candidates will vie next week for membership of an assembly that will write a new constitution for the country. "The test will allow us to see if there are any problems and to fix them so that we can hold elections in the best possible conditions," said ISIE member Larbi Chouika, clearly relieved at the result.