Tunis — Interim Prime Minister Ali Larayedh insisted on Thursday evening on the fact that his government will step down within the time limit set in the roadmap on condition of concomitance of the processes included in this document.
In a TV interview on national TV channel Al Wataniya I, he said he wanted the provisions of the roadmap to be implemented by all the parties involved ahead or even after the time limit scheduled for the government resignation.
He went on saying that he was ready to implement the roadmap on condition that prospects be clear in the country as regards the completion of the constitution, the working out of the election law , the establishment of an election body and a clear election date.
Larayedh affirmed that he could not leave the country to anarchy amidst a war on terrorism and urged all parties and National Constituent Assembly members , notably the dissident among them, to give proof of will to implement the roadmap.
The national dialogue is deadlocked , he declared, because of terrorism on the one hand and attempts to inflame the situation on the other hand.