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Tunisia PM agrees to coalition government

Opposition parties invited to diffuse ongoing anger

Reuters , Saturday 15 Jan 2011
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Tunisian Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi has accepted a proposal from opposition parties to form a coalition government, an opposition leader who had talks with him on Saturday told Reuters.

"We discussed the idea of a coalition government and the prime minister accepted our request to have a coalition government," Mustafa Ben Jaafar, leader of the Union of Freedom and Labour party, told Reuters.

"Tomorrow there will be another meeting with the aim of getting the country out of this situation and to have real reforms. The results of these discussions will be announced tomorrow."

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