Committee of Martyrs of Revolution "alone entitled to draw up official list of martyrs" (Ministry).
The Ministry's clarification comes in response to the controversy surrounding the publication of a list of martyrs by the National Fact-Finding Committee on abuses during events of the Revolution.
"The Government is committed to energise all decisions announced including granting free-treatment and free-transportation cards, said the Ministry, adding that procedures for the travel of the wounded to receive care abroad will be finalised in a week.
A draft law on direct recruitment in the public service of wounded of the Revolution and a person from each martyrs' family will be implemented after its approval by the Constituent Assembly, adds the Ministry.
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|Publication:||Agency Tunis Afrique Press|
|Date:||May 10, 2012|
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