By Afef Abrougui | Oct 4 2013Ennahdha , main-national-featured , Mohamed Brahmi , mohamed jmour , national dialogue ,
The Popular Front opposition coalition confirmed that it will take part in the direct talks between government and opposition parties, scheduled to begin Saturday morning.
â€œWe are going to participate,â€ Popular Front leader Mohamed Jmour told Tunisia LiveÂ Friday. â€œBut all parties have to respect the roadmap. Otherwise, we will leave the dialogue.â€Â [display_posts type="related" limit="3" position="right"]
Tunisia has been in a political deadlock since the July 25 assassination of Popular Front member Mohamed Brahmi.
The roadmap plan guiding the dialogue was proposed by the UGTT labor union, the UTICA employersâ€™ union, and two other civil society organizations.
This plan calls for direct meetings between political leaders and calls for a new government to replace the current government within three weeks of the first session of talks.
According to the UGTT, the opening session will kick off on Saturday at 9:30 am at the Palais de CongrÃ©s in Tunis.