Tunisia’s new premier promises inclusive government (But really MB)


Ennahda movement leader Rachid Ghannouchi (L) speaks with Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh during the 2nd national congress of the Congress for the Republic (CPR) party in Tunis August 24, 2012. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

By Tarek Amara

TUNIS | Fri Feb 22, 2013 11:24am EST

(Reuters) – Tunisia’s prime minister-designate Ali Larayedh, a hardliner from the main Islamist Ennahda party, said on Friday he hoped to form a “government of all Tunisians”, but opposition leaders swiftly signaled discontent.

Tunisia plunged into political crisis on February 6 when the assassination of secular opposition politician Chokri Belaid on February 6 ignited the biggest street protests since the overthrow of strongman Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali two years ago.

President Moncef Marzouki asked Larayedh to draw up a government within two weeks after he was formally nominated for prime minister by Ennahda leader Rached Ghannouchi.

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One Response to Tunisia’s new premier promises inclusive government (But really MB)

  1. Richard says:

    Translation, Sharia for all.

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