20 November 2012

Tunisia: Interim Prime Minister Receives Civil Society Activists of Kasserine Governorate

Tunis — A meeting held on Monday by Interim Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali with a delegation of civil society activists of Kasserine governorate focused on means to overcome the obstacles hindering the implementation of some projects in the region, reads a communiqué of the Prime Ministry.

The meeting allowed to stress the need to implement the decisions made at the inner cabinet meeting held last September 26 and devoted to boosting development in Kasserine, adds the same source.

The point is also to take decisions in the issue of the local revolution martyrs and wounded and grant them priority in matters of recruitment in the public sector.

The emphasis was put as well on the State contribution to the development of regional projects and revision of the financing system so as to enable junior promoters who have no self-financing, to set up business, in addition to the resumption of the business centre activities, the business incubator and the upgrading of the National company of "cellulose and pate d'alfa" (SNCPA) in Kasserine.

A visit of the PM to Kasserine is scheduled in coming weeks, announced the Prime Ministry.

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