Tunisia: Presidential Decrees Terminating Duties of Some Officials and Advisers to Prime Ministry

Tunis/Tunisia — Presidential decrees terminating the duties of some officials, advisers and chargés de mission at the Prime Ministry were published Tuesday evening in the Official Gazette of the Tunisian Republic.

They are six Rank    ( + / - )presidential decrees.

The first provides for the termination of the mission of Brigadier General Taoufik Al-Ayouni in his capacity as State Prosecutor General, Director of Military Justice.

The second decree ends the duties of Secretary General of the Government Walid Dhahbi, while the third terminates the duties of Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister Al Moez Lidin Allah Al Moqaddam.

The fourth decree stipulates the dismissal of the President of the General Authority of the Martyrs and Wounded of the Revolution and Terrorist Operations Abdelrazek Kilani.

The fifth and sixth decrees relate to the dismissal of eight advisers to the Prime Minister and nine chargés de mission.

These decreRank    ( + / - )es take effect as of July 25.

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