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Published the:  26/02/2016

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26 February 2016 - TAP - The Prime Ministry stigmatized, Friday, the invasion of its premises by protesters among the national union of interior security forces.

In a press release a copy of which was received by TAP, the prime ministry also decried hindering the smooth operation of the ministry’s services and the threats and blasphemous matter uttered by protesters.

“Such acts would not be tolerated,” it promised.

“The words and slogans shouted by protesters have nothing to do with the trade unionist action and professional claims,” the presidency of the government regretted.

They are odious acts, drastic violations and threats of disobedience which are fully opposed to the Constitution provisions and laws in force, the press release added.

Though it criticizes these drifts and acts, the prime ministry asserts constant commitment to improve the material situation of policemen, bring up their spirits, provide them with the necessary equipment and materials and ensure them and their families with a better social welfare.

The prime ministry also affirmed that it had started to pursue legal action against all trade unionists among interior security forces whose involvement in invading the department’s premises is proved.