18 December 2012

Tunisia: CPR Denounces Absence of Security Plan in Sidi Bouzid Incidents

Tunis — Congress for the Republic (CPR) party spokesman Hedi Ben Abbas pointed an accusing finger, on Tuesday in a statement to TAP news agency, at the anti-Revolution forces for violence incitement in Sidi Bouzid, during Monday's visit in the region of the President Marzouki and National Constituent Assembly (NCA) Speaker Mustapha Ben Jaafar.

The regional CPR chapter denounced, for its part, absence of a security plan, despite the important police deployment.

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