Tunisia calls for day's wages to fight terrorism

Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid has called for civil servants and the general public to donate part of their wages to an anti-terrorism fundTunisia’s premier called Saturday for civil servants and the general public to donate part of their wages to an anti-terrorism fund, following a deadly assault on a town near the Libyan border. Habib Essid “invited members of government and high-ranking state officials to donate a day’s work to the ‘Fund for the Fight against Terrorism'”, in a government statement. The prime minister “also called on civil servants, the state’s agents and citizens to take part in the initiative to support the national effort in the fight against the plague of terrorism”.

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