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Tunisian President announces partial cabinet reshuffle

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Tunisian President Kais Saied carried out on Saturday a partial cabinet reshuffle, according to which he appointed Khaled Nouri as Minister of the Interior, succeeding Kamel Fek

Tunisian President Kais Saied © TNA

Tunisian President Kais Saied carried out on Saturday a partial cabinet reshuffle, according to which he appointed Khaled Nouri as Minister of the Interior, succeeding Kamel Feki. 

He also appointed Kamal Madouri as Minister of Social Affairs, succeeding Malek Ezzahi.

A statement by the Tunisian Presidency stated that the two new ministers were sworn in before the President, in the presence of Prime Minister Ahmed Hachani.

Tunisian President terminated the duties of Najla Bouden as Prime Minister last August, and appointed Ahmed Hachani as her successor. 

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