Tunisia is set to host the Francophonie summit next month. One month before the event – and at a time when the country is experiencing political instability – the Tunisian president received OIF Secretary-General Luis Mushikiwabo on Saturday, October 9th. Where are the arrangements?
With our correspondent in Tunis, Amira Silem
Six weeks before the start of the summit, Tunisia will be in the opening blocks. Anyway, this is news hammered by national television. On Saturday evening, there was an advertising clip of the event before the 8pm Journal and a news story reaffirmed the country’s readiness.
⁇ Gerba, the island of dreams, will hold discussions at the summit from November 20. An important meeting, especially in Tunisia, is the founding member and active member of the international organization of La Francophone. ⁇
Of the 88 states that belong to the OIF, about twenty states have confirmed their presence, according to the organizers. Organizers began trying to raise questions about Tunisia’s ability to organize such a large – scale event.
The political instability in the country and the Tunisian president on Saturday handed down a small sentence that provoked his political opponents. Some went to Paris and tried to track down the summit of La Francophone. ⁇
To date, the exact location or detailed program of the summit has not been made public. 50 years of OIF – now – is the look of an amazing anniversary.