CDA meets representatives of Tabu in Tunisia

The Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) member, Al-Hadi Bouhamra said on Thursday, the CDA met in Tunisia with figures from Murzuq, Kufra, Sabha, Qatrun and neighboring Tabu communities, in order to convey the true content of the constitution draft.

Bouhamra explained the two sides discussed the constitution draft, especially the provisions on identity and language, the building of the legislative and executive branches and rights of cultural components away from media misrepresentation, in addition to pushing them to participate in the referendum.

The CDA meeting comes within the framework of a series of awareness campaigns targeting all segments of the Libyan society.

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