President Kais Saied had an direct encounter with a local group of youth from Gafsa at Palace of Carthage palace.
The President carefully attended to their job worries and vowed to guarantee a proper life for them and their families.
He emphasised the imperative necessity to shield all citizens’ constitutional rights, especially youths. The right to work, social security and decent housing are among the “most fundamental human rights,” he stressed enough.
He praised “the awareness” of youth across the country, applauding heartily the kindred spirit of responsibility bestowed by youth in Gafsa, following the resumption of activities of the Gafsa Phosphate Company and the reopening of access to the railway.