Saudi Arabia welcomed on Monday the establishment of the Tunisian government and expressed its hope that this government would fulfill the ambitions of the brotherly Tunisian people in all areas that would lead to prosperity and growth.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement reiterating the Kingdom’s commitment to achieving the Republic of Tunisia’s pillars of stability and prosperity.
From the Carthage Palace, Tunisian Prime Minister-designate Najla Bouden announced the lineup of her ministers on Monday, emphasizing that the priority of this government team’s work is to restore citizens’ trust in the state and to give Tunisians hope for a better future and better living conditions.
It also included 24 preachers and authors, including 9 women, as part of the lineup.
Members of the new administration took the constitutional oath before President Kais Saied shortly after the formal announcement, following Presidential Order No. 117, which was issued on September 22, and did not require the parliament’s confidence, which had been frozen for an indefinite period.