23 April 2014

Tunisia: NCA Bureau - Hearing Sessions Put Off Until Adoption of Electoral Draft Law

Bardo — The Bureau of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) decided during its Wednesday's meeting to put off hearing sessions with ministers until the adoption of the electoral draft law, said Assessor of the NCA President in charge of Communication Karima Souid.

The Bureau discussed three motions. The first signed by 85 deputies calls for holding a hearing session with Tourism Minister Amel Karboul and Minister in charge of Security Ridha Sfar.

The second, signed by 77 members claims a hearing session with Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa and the third motion signed by 96 deputies calls for a hearing session with the government, and particularly with the Minister of Finance and the Secretary of State for Public Property.

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