Tunisia: Wafa Movement Calls for Creation of National Council of Accountability
15 January 2013
Tunis — The Wafa movement called on Tuesday for the creation of a permanent national council of accountability and the opening of corruption files, while granting it the right to have access to data and unveil all types of archives.
Presenting the results of the National Congress of Accountability, held January 13-14 in Tunis at its initiative, Wafa movement also called for incriminating anyone impeding the action of this council.
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