Government unveils guidelines of its national reform programme
04/06/2022 14:18, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP)-The follow-up of the national reform programme's progress was at heart of a meeting held Friday afternoon at Dar Dhiafa in Carthage, chaired by Prime Minister Najla Bouden and attended by Cabinet members and senior ministry officials.

The programme, whose guidelines were unveiled in a document released late Friday night, "is the fruit of work of several experts and over 400 administrative executives initiated since last November, under a participatory approach aimed at getting Tunisia out of its economic and financial crisis," said the Prime Minister on this occasion.

She affirmed in this regard, that all are welcome to make remarks and ask questions on the points included in the reform programme, which she described as "Tunisian reforms."

According to the 70-page follow-up document, the reform programme is based on a comprehensive and progressive approach that seeks to achieve short-term economic stability and lay the foundations for inclusive and sustainable growth.

Initiated in October 2021, the reform process undertaken by the Tunisian government covers the promulgation of the 2022 Finance Law, the announcement in April 2022 of a first batch of 43 urgent economic measures, the establishment of an economic and financial stability programme, the drawing up of a structural reform programme.

The reform programme also includes the implementation of an economic and social development plan for 2023-2025 and the Tunisia 2035 vision.

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