Tunisian President: There is no room for consultation on the composition of the next government

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Tunisia – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: The Tunisian President said that there is no room for consultation with the political parties and civil organizations in Tunisia about the formation of the next government, stressing his rejection of what he called “attempts of blackmail and infiltration” to impose a certain name within the government.
During his meeting, Thursday evening, with Prime Minister-designate Najla Boden, Said said that this meeting “falls within the framework of continuous consultations in order to form a government based on patriotism standards and the ability to work and achieve to create a new history for Tunisia and respond to the legitimate demands of the Tunisian people.”
He added, “Let everyone know that we will not submit to any blackmail or bargaining in the right to impose certain choices, and we will not accept that anyone interfere in our choices. We are responsible before God and the people, but whoever wants to try to infiltrate and impose a certain name, let him know that his attempts will fail.”

President Said commissioned Najla Boden to form a new government, pointing out that the mission of Boden and her next government team is to fight corruption and chaos and achieve the demands of Tunisians.