18 July 2011 9:57 am | | 0


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Committees of protection of the Revolution and locals of Sidi Bouzid prevented, Sunday, the party “Afek Tunes” to hold its meeting in the city.

The residents of Sidi Bouzid ripped and burned a banner of the party before accusing the symbols of the party “Afek Tunes” to be related to the RCD [the former ruling party], refusing any activity of this party in the region.

As a reaction to these events, Mr. Lotfi Saïbi a member in the political party denied any connection between his party and the RCD, adding that the party “Afek Tunes” is “a new party that emerged after December 17, 2010″ and that “its policies are economic and social “, besides the fact that” over 60% of its founders are Tunisian businessmen living abroad.”

It is worthy to mention that “Afek Tunes” was also victim on Friday afternoon in the delegation of Jelma (governorate of Sidi Bouzid “of harassment, obliging its members to hold their meeting in the street.

Source: www.espacemanager.com

 

 

 

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