27 October 2013

Tunisia: Start of Talks On Candidatures for Prime Minister

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Party representatives in the National Constituent Assembly.

Bardo — The governmental process committee met on Sunday afternoon to discuss and look at candidatures for the position of Prime Minister after it received the lists of candidates put forward by the parties involved in the national dialogue.

The committee will then have to work out a report that will be submitted to the quartet sponsoring the dialogue which will in turn submit it to the leaders of political parties at a plenary session due to be held on Monday to make a choice for the post of Prime Minister.

All the parties have agreed that the future Prime Minister must enjoy the following qualities: experience, skill and independence.

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