Tunisia's outgoing premier backs broad coalition

Tunisia's outgoing Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa speak during a interview in the city of Dakar, Senegal, Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. Tunisia's outgoing prime minister says the country needs a broad coalition government in order to continue with the necessary economic reforms. Jomaa said Friday in Dakar that his interim technocrat cabinet has started the reform process but that the next government must have broad support to implement further changes. (AP Photo/Jane Hahn)DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Tunisia's next government should be a broad as possible coalition so that it has the necessary support to implement difficult economic reforms, the outgoing prime minister said Friday in an implicit backing of an Islamist-secular alliance.


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