National co-ordination to support Palestinian resistance, formed 
17/05/2021 11:10, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP)-Political parties and national organisations announced the formation of a "unified" national co-ordination to support the Palestinian resistance and to incriminate normalisation.

This coordination will be open to all national forces that oppose normalisation, the launchers of this initiative said in a joint statement.

The signatories of the statement urge Tunisians to continue protesting in support of the just Palestinian cause.

They called in this regarg, for an impressive protest on Tuesday at noon, in front of the Parliament headquarters, to claim for a law incriminating the normalisation.

National personalities from all fields were invited to participate on Wednesday at the Mohamed V Avenue in Tunis, in the support rally called by the Tunisian General Labour Union.

In line with the commitment of the Tunisian people and national sovereign forces to support the liberation causes, protests will be staged in front of the embassies of countries that support the Zionist entity, the same source specified.

The statement is signed by the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT), the Tunisian League of Human Rights (LTDH), the Union of Unemployed Graduates (UDC), the General Union of Tunisian Students (UGET), the National Bar Association of Tunisia (ONAT), the Tunisian Association of Young Lawyers (ATJA), The National Union of Tunisian Journalists (SNJT), the Tunisian campaign to boycott and counter normalisation with the Zionist entity, the Tunisian Association of the Democratic Women (ATFD), the Tunisian Network against Normalisation and the Soumoud Coalition.

The signing political parties are the Workers' Party, the Echaâb movement, the Unified Democratic Patriots Party, the Tunisia Forward movement, the Popular Current, the Tunisian Baath movement, the Socialist Party, the Democratic Current and the Al-Jomhouri Party.

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