Tunisia: UGTT Officially Requests France to Return Records On Farhat Hached's Assassination
10 January 2013
Tunis — Tunisia's General Labour Union (UGTT) officially requested France to return records on the assassination of trade union leader Farhat Hached.
UGTT Secretary General Houssine Abassi, presently visiting France, met late on Tuesday evening in Paris with Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius and officially requested France to return records relating to the killing of leader Farhat Hached "to definitively get to the bottom of this affair," reads a communiqué of the labour union published on Wednesday.
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