Tunisia: Echaab Movement to Take an Active Part in National Dialogue, Says Mohamed Brahmi

Carthage — "Echaab movement (people's movement) will take an active part in the national dialogue of political parties proposed by the President of the Republic to resolve the situation prevailing in the country," said on Thursday its secretary general Mohamed Brahmi at the end of his meeting with Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki.

Brahmi also said that his party was working out a plan to discuss means to fight against political bipolarization.

Escorted by Zouheir Maghzaoui, member of the party management committee, Brahmi also declared that the talks had allowed to discuss the main national issues and a way out of the crisis prevailing in the country.

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