Imperative to appoint new competences in government to better harmonise views (Noureddine Tabboubi) | Tunisia News Gazette

Imperative to appoint new competences in government to better harmonise views (Noureddine Tabboubi)

Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) Secretary-General Noureddine Tabboubi laid on Wednesday emphasis on the imperative to appoint new competences in the government to end the dismantling of state structures and achieve a better harmonisation of views between the different parties.

Speaking at the 13th congress of the Sidi Buzid Regional Labour Union, Tabboubi pointed out that the government is called to meet the people’s expectations while taking into consideration the State’s supreme interest, by devising an action plan involving all fields.

Referring to the issue of development in the governorate of Sidi Bouzid, he recalled the legitimate right of the region’s inhabitants to development by relaunching hampered projects which count 71, blocked notably because of bureaucracy.

The UGTT is a force of proposal, affirmed Tabboubi, which has acquired enough experience to resolve conflicts and make proposals, while having a clear vision that helps reach a judicious choice.

Tabboubi denounced at the same time the fictitious electoral promises that do not take into account the financial difficulties and the citizens’ deteriorated purchasing power.

The union leader asserted in this regard, total rejection of any attempt to sell public institutions because, he explained, the public sector has since independence helped build the state and its structures.

Source: TAP News Agency

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