Rached Ghannouchi (seated C), leader of the Ennahda party, speaks at a news conference in Tunis December 14, 2013. Tunisia's ruling Islamists and opposition parties agreed on Saturday to name the ... more 
Rached Ghannouchi (seated C), leader of the Ennahda party, speaks at a news conference in Tunis December 14, 2013. Tunisia's ruling Islamists and opposition parties agreed on Saturday to name the country's current industry minister as prime minister of a caretaker technocrat cabinet to govern until elections next year. The appointment is the first step in an agreement that will see moderate Islamist party Ennahda hand over power in the next few weeks to end a crisis that threatened Tunisia's transition to democracy after its 2011 uprising. REUTERS/Anis Mili (TUNISIA - Tags: POLITICS) less 
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