2 May 2014

Tunisia: Resignation of Aziz Krichen Accepted By Marzouki

Carthage — Interim President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki accepted, by republican decree (May 2, 2014) the resignation of his political adviser Aziz Krichen.

This decision will take effect on April 10, 2014, according to a statement of the Presidency released public on Friday.

Aziz Krichen specified to Assarih newspaper, in its May 2 edition, that his resignation from the duty of political adviser for the President of the Republic has nothing to do with any dispute with spokesman of the Presidency of the Republic Adnane Mansar, or with his possible joining Nidaa Tounes Movement.

On December 19, 2013 Krichen had announced his resignation from the Congress for the Republic (CPR) party.

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