Tunisian government dismissed

 Tunisian government dismissed
# 07 February 2013 14:00 (UTC +04:00)

Baku. Malahat Najafova – APA. Tunisia's governing Islamists rejected on Thursday a plan by their party chief and prime minister to dismiss the government after the shooting of a leading critic, whose death sparked the biggest street protests since a revolution two years ago, APA reports quoting Reuters.

Wednesday's events, in which the Interior Ministry said one police officer was killed, appeared to have moved Jebali, who will stay on as premier, to take action.

The North African state's main opposition parties rejected any move to form a government of experts. Prime Minister Hamdi Jebali of Ennahda spoke on television in the evening to declare that weeks of talks among the various political parties on reshaping the government had failed and that he would replace his entire cabinet with non-partisan technocrats until elections could be held as soon as possible.

Leading secular opposition politician Chokri Belaid was gunned down outside his home in Tunis.

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