26 February 2013

Tunisia: 'Initiative Party Supports New Government When Neutrality of Sovereignty Ministries Is Respected' - Morjane

Carthage — President of the Initiative Party Kamel Morjane asserted, Tuesday in Dar Edhiafa that his party will support the new government when neutrality of the sovereign Ministries is respected and the principle of the non participation of its members in the next elections is adopted so as to preserve its credibility.

"Mr. Larayedh did not propose to us to take part in the next government and we did not think about it," Mr. Morjane said at the end of his meeting with Mr. Ali Larayedh who started consultations pending the formation of the next government.

"Mr. Larayedh informed us of the general orientations to be adopted in the line-up of the new government," he went on saying.

The meeting considered by M. Morjane as "constructive" provided the occasion to assert "the need to establish a regular national dialogue with all the political parties," he further said, underlining the need for all the concerned parties to reach a national consensus able to overcome this transitory period under optimum conditions, he said.

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