Tunisia’s prime minister-designate has pledged to from “a coherent and serious” government. 

In statements he made late Monday, Elyes Fakhfakh pledged that his government will have “strong political will and loyalty to the national goals” of the January 2011 revolution that ousted the longtime-serving president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. 

In a video broadcast by the Tunisian presidency on its Facebook page, Fakhfakh said: “I will strive for the government to be at the level of this trust [of President Kais Saied who appointed him to form the government] and this historical moment and at the level of expectations of

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