Tunisia: Government Starts Recruiting State Employees and Staff Granted General Amnesty
16 January 2013
Tunis — The Prime Ministry announced on Tuesday the start of direct recruitment of state employees and staff granted general amnesty, saying that they will be recruited within the end of next march.
According to a communiqué, "the Prime Ministry has put this issue on top of its priorities in view of its contribution to achieve transitional justice and restore these state employees' rights to a job and a decent living."
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