Parliamentary assistants are paid by foreign organizations and are therefore held accountable to these organizations, PDL leader Abir Moussi said.
“This is a camouflaged colonization,” she said, recollecting, in the same sense, that the training program of the Parliamentary Academy is likewise completely supported by the UNDP (United Nations Program for Development).
The MP observed that parliament should have a dedicated part of the budget to this training program, hinting that UNDP aid will not be without cost.
She also indicated that the decrease in the budget of the parliament did not come at the cost of the privileges of parliamentarians, as we would like to believe, but that of the infrastructure of the building which is a castle. forming part of the Tunisian historical heritage and a symbol of national sovereignty.
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