28 September 2013

Tunisia: Quartet to Make Statement in Next Few Hours

Tunisia's opposition coalition agreed to start direct talks with ruling Islamists on a transition plan under which the government would step down and ... ( Resource: Tunisia's Ruling Islamists To Step Down After Talks )

Tunis — The Quartet sponsoring negotiations will announce in the next few hours the results of their last consultations, said Tunisia's labour union UGTT on its facebook official page.

The Quartet will also announce its stance about the declaration of Ennahdha party on the roadmap.

On Friday, several media published news regarding a meeting between UGTT Secretary- General Houcine Abassi and Ennahdha leader Rached Ghannouchi. It seems that this meeting turned on the roadmap suggested by the quartet to put an end to the political crisis facing the country.

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