Tunisia President appoints Islamist Prime Minister
Tunis: Tunisia`s new President has asked the
secretary general of the Islamist party that dominated last
month`s elections to form the next government.
Hamadi Jebali has three weeks to form the next interim
government but he is expected to present it as soon as the end
of the week because of the pressing problems the country
Tunisians overthrew their long-ruling dictator in
January, sparking pro-democracy protests across the Arab
A long-repressed moderate Islamist party then won the
most seats in October`s election for an assembly to form an
interim government and write the new constitution.
Ennahda has formed a ruling coalition with the liberal
Congress for the Republic and the left-of-center Ettakatol, or
The assembly elected veteran rights activist Moncef
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