Signatories of Carthage Document agree on new policies to manage crisis (Yosra Mili) | Tunisia News Gazette

Signatories of Carthage Document agree on new policies to manage crisis (Yosra Mili)

Signatories of the Carthage Document, who met in committee, for more than eight hours at Carthage Palace on Monday, agreed on new policies to deal with the crisis, said Yosra Mili, Political Bureau member of the Free Patriotic Union (UPL).

Reached Monday by TAP, Mili reported a compromise between the signatories of the Carthage Document at the meeting of the committee to define the priorities of the national economy and to propose the reforms relevant reforms.

“These are” courageous”, “unprecedented policies “applicable in the immediate future,” she pointed out.

Mili added that the Carthage meeting discussed several economic issues, citing in particular public finances and parallel trade, besides other priorities of the national economy.

Mili said the committee’s work is expected to resume next Wednesday, adding that the outlines of the roadmap will be ready by the end of the week.

The meeting was attended by representatives of the parties of Nidaa Tounes, Ennahdha, Al-Moubadara, Al-Massar, the Free Patriotic Union and UGTT, UTICA, UTAP and UNFT organisations.

At a meeting on March 3, under the chairmanship of President Beji CaA�d Essebsi, the signatories of the Carthage Document had decided to create a Committee whose mission will be to define the priorities of the national economy and propose relevant reforms.

The committee is composed of two representatives of each party and of each signatory organization of the Carthage Document.

The Carthage Document brought together nine political parties before the withdrawal of “Afek Tounes” and “Machrou Tounes” in early January.

The “Al-Chaab” and “Al-Joumhouri” parties were absent from the March 3 meeting.

Source: TAP News Agency

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