UTICA condemns acts of looting of private and public property | Tunisia News Gazette

UTICA condemns acts of looting of private and public property

The Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA), on Wednesday, condemned the recent looting, theft and attacks on private and public property as well as assaults against the police and their premises in some regions of the country.

The employers’ organisation said in a statement on the general situation in the country, that all Tunisians have the right to protest peacefully and to express their concerns and opinions within the framework of the law.

UTICA has called on the various national forces to avoid speeches that encourage violence and avoid anything that can increase tension, which will not serve the interests of any party.

The organisation also emphasized the need to resort to dialogue to resolve the various conflicts, calling on all citizens to have a sense of responsibility, not to adhere to anything that may be detrimental to the supreme interest of the State and put an end to attempts to destabilise Tunisia.

The employers’ organization also hailed the efforts of the security forces and the army in the fight against saboteurs and offenders, confirming that the preservation of security and stability remains an essential element in overcoming the country’s economic and social difficulties.

UTICA also expressed its willingness to contribute to the identification of practical solutions to all the national problems of the day.

Source: TAP News Agency

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