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Afek Tounes parliamentary bloc president denies party’s intention to leave ruling coalition

The new president of Afek Tounes parliamentary bloc Lilia Younes Ksibi denied Tuesday the intention of her party to leave the coalition government.

In a statement to TAP, the MP stressed Afek Tounes’ commitment to remain in the coalition government and to maintain support for the government. The parties who disseminate this information actually want to exclude the party from the government, she said.

“We will be a constructive force and we will continue to support the government,” she said.

As regards the absence of the party from the tripartite concertation meeting bringing together the parties of Ennahdha, Nidaa Tounes and the Free Patriotic Union (UPL) the previous day, Ksibi explained that this absence cannot be considered as a exclusion and that the dialogue sessions can be multi-party or bilateral.

Asked about the statement of the UPL in which it announced reinstatement to the Carthage Agreement and its support for the government after its withdrawal, the member of Afek Tounes said it was a decision to be welcomed.

As for the election of an ISIE president, Lilia Younes Ksibi said that her party is represented in the new Progressive Centrist Parliamentary Front by Rym Mahjoub and Karim Hellali. The first real test in this front was marked by the choice of a unanimous candidate, she said.

Source: TAP News Agency

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