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HM The King congratulates Ben Ali on his re-election as pres. of Tunisia.

Summary: Rabat - HM King Mohammed VI sent a congratulatory message to Zine El Abidine Ben Ali on his re-election as president of Tunisia for a fifth term with 89,62% of votes.

Rabat - HM King Mohammed VI sent a congratulatory message to Zine El Abidine Ben Ali on his re-election as president of Tunisia for a fifth term with 89,62% of votes. AaAaAa "The Tunisian brotherly people's renewal of their confidence in your Excellency speaks volumes for their great esteem for you as a wise, sensible leader, as well as for their attachment to your leadership," the monarch said. AaAaAa The sovereign voiced great pride in the brotherly relations based on mutual esteem uniting the two leaders as well as the two brotherly peoples. AaAaAa "Building on our firm will, along with our shared viewpoints on issues of common interest, I am confident that we will continue to work together to consolidate and broaden the scope of fruitful cooperation and effective solidarity ties linking our two countries, towards serving the best interests of our brotherly peoples," the monarch continued. AaAaAa HM King Mohammed VI renewed his firm will to make these relations serve as a major pillar in building the Maghreb Union on sound foundations of complementarity and integration and in a spirit of trust and good neighbourlinees. AaAaAa The King wished Ben Ali every success in his "untiring efforts" to fulfill his people's aspirations for further progress and prosperity.

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