17 March 2014

Tunisia: Mehdi Jomaa and Its Government Members Declare Assets - Court of Auditors

Tunis — The first President of the Court of Auditors (Court of accounts) announced, Monday, in a statement, that Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa and all members of his government had declared their assets and those of their spouses and children, in the legal deadlines, in implementation of the law 87-17 of 1987.

Up to March 14, two thirds of the outgoing government members had fulfilled this formality, according to the same source.

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