11 February 2013

Tunisia: Wafa Movement Supports Idea of Political Experts Government

Tunis — The Wafa movement refuses the decision of caretaker Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali and supports the idea of a government of political experts, asserted Monday to TAP news agency, its president Abderraouf Ayadi.

He explained that Tunisia is going through a "critical stage" and that the presence of political experts in the government "guarantees a minimum of efficiency in dealing with such key files as the security situation in the country."

The constituent committee of the Wafa movement published in a statement Monday, that the formation of a government which pledges to achieved the revolution objectives and implement a pertinent action programme is the single means to get out of the crisis in the country.

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