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Zied Lakhdhar: current political landscape is unclear

The current political landscape is unclear and especially marked by the recurrent postponement of the municipal elections, said Secretary-General of the Democratic Patriots’ Unified Party (PPDU) and leader in the Popular Front (PF), Zied Lakhdhar.

The Prime Ministry deliberately hindered the electoral process and violated the Constitution and the law, lobbying for the election calendar announced by the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE) last November to be unpublished, he argued.

Lakhdhar was speaking Saturday on the sidelines of the FP National Council in Tunis, dedicated to reviewing the general political situation in the country, the mission of the Front and preparations for the municipal polls.

He said, the failure to set a final date for the municipal elections or to complete the installation of the constitutional institutions, besides the conflicts between the Presidency of the Republic and the Prime Ministry and the political and social instability are all signs that reflect the failure and the crisis of governance faced by the country.

“The lack of conditions required for the organisation of the next municipal polls may hinder the electoral process and thus serve the interests of counter-revolution forces, the leader in the PF told TAP.

He added that the Front is called to negotiate about the municipal elections with political fronts including activists of the PF, is but also open to independent personalities.

Source: TAP News Agency

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Zied Lakhdhar: current political landscape is unclear

The current political landscape is unclear and especially marked by the recurrent postponement of the municipal elections, said Secretary-General of the Democratic Patriots’ Unified Party (PPDU) and leader in the Popular Front (PF), Zied Lakhdhar.

The Prime Ministry deliberately hindered the electoral process and violated the Constitution and the law, lobbying for the election calendar announced by the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE) last November to be unpublished, he argued.

Lakhdhar was speaking Saturday on the sidelines of the FP National Council in Tunis, dedicated to reviewing the general political situation in the country, the mission of the Front and preparations for the municipal polls.

He said, the failure to set a final date for the municipal elections or to complete the installation of the constitutional institutions, besides the conflicts between the Presidency of the Republic and the Prime Ministry and the political and social instability are all signs that reflect the failure and the crisis of governance faced by the country.

“The lack of conditions required for the organisation of the next municipal polls may hinder the electoral process and thus serve the interests of counter-revolution forces, the leader in the PF told TAP.

He added that the Front is called to negotiate about the municipal elections with political fronts including activists of the PF, is but also open to independent personalities.

Source: TAP News Agency

The Prime Ministry announced Monday the opening of a current account (17.000.0000000104000.88) for the collection
The private investments approved by the Zaghouan Regional Benefits Commission in the agricultural sector reached
The tourism sector in Monastir recorded a 10.6% growth in the number of overnights during
The tourism sector in Monastir recorded a 10.6% growth in the number of overnights during
Regulatory modernisation issues and the practice of Place de Tunis, and the development of economic

Zied Lakhdhar: current political landscape is unclear

The current political landscape is unclear and especially marked by the recurrent postponement of the municipal elections, said Secretary-General of the Democratic Patriots’ Unified Party (PPDU) and leader in the Popular Front (PF), Zied Lakhdhar.

The Prime Ministry deliberately hindered the electoral process and violated the Constitution and the law, lobbying for the election calendar announced by the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE) last November to be unpublished, he argued.

Lakhdhar was speaking Saturday on the sidelines of the FP National Council in Tunis, dedicated to reviewing the general political situation in the country, the mission of the Front and preparations for the municipal polls.

He said, the failure to set a final date for the municipal elections or to complete the installation of the constitutional institutions, besides the conflicts between the Presidency of the Republic and the Prime Ministry and the political and social instability are all signs that reflect the failure and the crisis of governance faced by the country.

“The lack of conditions required for the organisation of the next municipal polls may hinder the electoral process and thus serve the interests of counter-revolution forces, the leader in the PF told TAP.

He added that the Front is called to negotiate about the municipal elections with political fronts including activists of the PF, is but also open to independent personalities.

Source: TAP News Agency

The Prime Ministry announced Monday the opening of a current account (17.000.0000000104000.88) for the collection
The private investments approved by the Zaghouan Regional Benefits Commission in the agricultural sector reached
The tourism sector in Monastir recorded a 10.6% growth in the number of overnights during
The tourism sector in Monastir recorded a 10.6% growth in the number of overnights during
Regulatory modernisation issues and the practice of Place de Tunis, and the development of economic