5 December 2012

Tunisia: Prime Ministry Denounces Breach of Peace and Attack Against Peaceful Demonstrations

Tunis — The Prime Ministry affirmed on Tuesday evening it was following up with deep concern the incidents that happened in the afternoon in front of the labour union UGTT headquarters and during the march organised by the union to the mausoleum of the late labour leader Farhat Hached to commemorate the 60th anniversary of his death.

The Prime Ministry denounces , in a communiqué, all breach of peace and attacks against peaceful demonstrations, stressing that the commemoration of Farhat Hached's death is a historical event for all citizens and urging all parties to calm and unity, peace and stability.

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