The Quartet will hold, on Monday, a meeting devoted to the assessment of the dialogue process and the definition of a new strategy for its resumption, according to President of Tunisian Human Rights League (LTDH) Abdessatar Ben Moussa.
The meeting will review the achievements accomplished in accordance with the commitments of the roadmap related to the electoral and governmental processes, he explained Sunday to TAP news agency.
Ben Moussa asserted that the Quartet sponsor of the dialogue decided not to present a draft electoral law and will follow the debates of the National Constituent Assembly.
“In the absence of consensus within the compromise commission, we will submit these disputes to the national dialogue sessions,” he said. Concerning the governmental process, the LTDH President said that Monday’s meeting will judge the degree of consideration, by the new government of Mehdi Jomaa, of the roadmap clauses.
It will assess the actions undertaken concerning the revision of nominations, the fight against terrorism, dissolution of the Revolution Protection Leagues, the neutrality of mosques and educational institutions as well as the fight against parallel trade and smuggling.
In another connection, Ben Moussa added that during resumption of the dialogue with the political parties, the idea of creating a commission for the follow-up of the government action will be examined.