Tunis — Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) deputy secretary general Bouali Mbarki affirmed on Wednesday that the dialogue sponsoring quartet supports the request of the opposition that the next cabinet sticks to the roadmap.
In a statement to TAP news agency, Mbarki reckoned that the opposition is entitled to have reservations about naming Mehdi Jomaa as prime minister, which did not prevent it from expressing will to bring the dialogue to success, he said.
The Quartet is committed to implement the roadmap which is "reasonable and easy to apply," he affirmed, adding that it represents the only solution to get out of the crisis and back the action of the government.
The next cabinet, he also declared, will be a non-political cabinet of technocrats and its mission will be notably to dissolve the revolution protection leagues, revise appointments in public services, secure the neutrality of mosques and complete the election and constituent processes.
Bouali Mbarki did not exclude the setting up of a mechanism or a commission including the Quartet and parties' delegates that would be entrusted with following up the action of the government, saying this will be discussed during the national dialogue negotiations.