11 January 2013

Tunisia: Popular Front Will Attend National Dialogue, Says Hamma Hammami

Carthage — "The popular front will attend the national dialogue of political parties proposed by the president of the republic," announced on Thursday its official spokesman Hamma Hammami.

"It is in the interest of the country to work out a clear roadmap for the remaining transitional stage," he said at the end of his meeting with Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki.

He reckoned that urgent solutions should be suggested at this debate, adding that the settlement of the crisis now shaking the country required to form a government of national skills able to manage the remaining transitional period.

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