27 February 2013

Tunisia: No Fair Elections Unless Sovereign Ministries Are Neutral - Abdessatar Ben Moussa

Carthage — Tunisian Human Rights League Chairman Abdessatar Ben Moussa reasserted attachment that the sovereign ministries should be neutral otherwise "there would be no fair elections," he added.

At the end of his meeting, Wednesday, with Prime Minister-designate Ali Larayedh, Mr. Ben Moussa said to the press that he had laid emphasis on the imperative to speed up creation of regulatory authorities and guarantee security in the country.

He also pointed out that he had demanded that accountability be required from anyone guilty of attacks against the Tunisian people, the full truth on the assassinations of Lotfi Nagdh and Chokri Belaid be established and that "the groups and leagues who have proven to have recourse to violence be dissolved."

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