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Tunísia tem novo primeiro-ministro

by AFP 0:56 mins

Tunísia tem novo primeiro-ministro

by AFP 0:56 mins

O presidente tunisiano, Moncef Marzouki, aprovou nesta sexta-feira a nomeação de Larayedh Ali ao cargo de primeiro-ministro. O novo premiê foi indicado pelo partido islâmico Ennahda.SOUNDBITE 2 : Adene Mancer, porta-voz do governo:"Vai ser preciso agora um período de 15 dias para o senhor Larayedh organizar e formar um governo”.Prisioneiro durante o regime do ditador deposto Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Larayedh se tornou ministro do Interior com a revolução de 2011. Considerado da corrente moderada de seu partido, ele substitui Hamadi Jebali, que renunciou após falhar na tentativa de compor um gabinete de técnicos para tirar o país da pior crise política desde então.A tensão atual foi motivada pelo assassinato do opositor anti-islamita Chokri Belaid no último dia seis. --TUNIS, FEBRUARY 22, 2013. SOURCE: TUNISIA 100:20 of images showing:-VAR of Tunisia 1 presenter*NO RESALE FOR NON-EDITORIAL PURPOSES*--AL KARM, TUNISIA, JULY 16, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV25 sec of images showing:- MS of Interior Minister Ali Larayedh walking with Ennahda chief Rached Ghannouchi at the Ennahda party congress- MS of Interior Minister Ali Larayedh sitting on the floor at the the Ennahda party congress- VAR of Interior Minister Ali Larayedh talking to journalists at the the Ennahda party congress- VAR of Interior Minister Ali Larayedh standing behind Ennahda chief Rached Ghannouchi while he talks to journalists at the Ennahda party congressTUNIS, FEBRUARY 21, 2013, SOURCE: AFP PHOTO/F. BELAID- Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh and Tunisian Justice Minister Noureddine Bhiri attend a meeting of the consultative council of Ennahda to appoint a new prime minister. - Outgoing Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali listens to Interior Minister Ali Larayedh speaking during a meeting. SIDI BOU SAID, TUNISIA, JANUARY 13, 2013, SOURCE: AFP PHOTO/F. BELAID- Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh answers journalists' questions outside a mausoleum ravaged by fire in what is thought to have been an arson attack which the presidency denounced as a criminal act. TUNIS, DECEMBER 21, 2012, SOURCE: AFP PHOTO/F. BELAID- Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh speaks with journalists during a press conference concerning seven Tunisians that were arrested after deadly clashes occurred in the northwest region of Jandouba. TUNIS, JUNE 29, 2012, SOURCE: AFP PHOTO/KHALIL- Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh listens to the Tunisian Minister for Human Rights and Transitional Justice, and spokesman for the government, Samir Dilouat during a session of the Tunisian Constituent Assembly. TUNIS, APRIL 10, 2012, SOURCE: AFP PHOTO/F. BELAID- Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh speaks with Deputies of the Consituent Assembly in Tunis after riot police brutally clamped down on protesters defying a demonstration ban in the capital. TUNIS, JANUARY 18, 2012, SOURCE: AFP PHOTO/ S. HABIBI- Tunisian Interior Minister Ali Larayedh speaks with officials as he visits a police building.

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