Tunisian President Kais Saied called on parties and parliamentary blocs to submit written proposals on figures that they consider most able to form a government, the Tunisian presidency said in a statement on Tuesday. “
Saied called on the parties concerned to explain the reasons for their choices and the criteria they adopted as of Jan. 16,” the statement said. on Jan. 11, Tunisian parliament rejected the government proposed by Tunisian Prime Minister-designate Habib Jemli.
A total of 134 deputies voted against the proposed government, 72 voted in favor of it while three abstained. Some deputies were absent for the vote. According to the constitution, in this case, Saied would have 10 days to designate, after consultations with parliamentary parties and coalitions, someone else to try to form a government within a month