Ennahdha affirms willingness to foster healthy political climate | Tunisia News Gazette

Ennahdha affirms willingness to foster healthy political climate

The Ennahdha Movement affirmed on Wednesday keenness to endeavour to clean up the political climate to foster stability and development in the country.

The party also reasserted support for the government and State institutions at this delicate stage “which requires that the country’s best interest be placed above any partisan consideration.”

In a statement issued Tuesday at the end of its executive bureau’s meeting, Ennahdha voices satisfaction at the President of the Republic’s signing of the decree summoning voters for the municipal elections which will help end the state of uncertainty related to the postponement of the polling date.

Besides, Ennahdha emphasized the importance of the local elections as a national right and a fundamental step towards the completion of the democratic process and the establishment of the foundations of equitable development in all regions, inviting all parties to adhere to it to make a success of this major national deadline.

In another connection, the executive bureau commended Beji Caid Essebsi’s position regarding the Palestinian cause and his contribution to bringing the different Libyan protagonists closer.

In its statement, Ennahdha expressed “pride at the celebration of the 7th anniversary of the revolution under the sign of national reconciliation, especially after the adoption of the law of administrative reconciliation aimed at rehabilitating national competences.”

Source: TAP News Agency

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