Steps made by Tunisia on the path of finishing off the electoral process were the focus of the meeting which gathered, Thursday in Rabat, Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa and Moroccan Parliament President Rachid Talbi Alami.
Jomaa pointed out on the occasion, that the Tunisian experience has proved that consensus and dialogue are the only way to iron out difficulties and reinforce the people’s unity, asserting the Tunisian government’s will to see to it that the presidential poll will be a feast an occasion to construct democracy, a news release of the Prime Ministry reads.
For his part, Alami estimated that Tunisia has shown its ability to close the citizens’ ranks thanks to the clear-sightedness of Tunisia’s political actors and its people’s intelligence.
The two officials discussed the successful Moroccan experience in the transitional justice field, means to help Tunisia make the most of it and the Arab Maghreb Union’s role in providing welfare and stability to the region’s peoples.
The meeting was attended by Foreign Minister Mongi Hamdi and Tunisia’s ambassador to Morocco.
Mehdi Jomaa is on a working visit to Morocco, November 13-14.
Source : Tunis Afrique Presse