Tunisia: 'Sincere"'and 'Fair' Dialogue to Be Launched With Youth Participation From All Regions

Tunis/Tunisia — President Kais Saied said Thursday that a "sincere" and "loyal" dialogue will be launched with the participation of young people from all regions of the Republic. This dialogue, he said, will be different from all past experiences and will address several issues including the political and electoral systems in Tunisia.

The date of the dialogue will be set by consensus, he said. New mechanisms will be adopted for this dialogue, which should lead to the development of consensual proposals. The dialogue will exclude those who have embezzled money from Tunisians or made allegiance abroad, he stressed.

Presiding over the cabinet meeting, Saied highlighted the need for political will to give the required efficiency to government action which must focus, as a priority, on economic, financial and social issues.

As much Tunisia is committed to consolidating its cooperative relations with sisterly and friendly countries, as it is committed to its national sovereignty and respect for the choices of its people, he also asserted, denouncing calls for interference in the internal affairs of the country.

On another level, the President of the Republic referred to the project of criminal amnesty, its features and its role in the restitution of stolen funds and their use in development projects throughout the territory.

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