Tunisia's President Moncef Marzouki (front C) poses with new Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa (front L) and Interior Minister Lotfi Ben Jeddou (front R) after taking the oath of office at the Carthage Palace in Tunis January 29, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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Tunisia's new technocratic government headed by Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa was sworn in Wednesday, replacing an Islamist-led administration under an accord to end political turmoil and prepare for fresh elections.Outgoing premier Ali Larayedh and Jomaa met earlier in the day to discuss government policies and pressing issues facing Tunisia three years after the revolution that toppled long-time dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.The formation of a new government comes after weeks of horse-trading and is the cornerstone of a roadmap to end a political crisis that has plagued Tunisia since the assassination of two opposition MPs in 2013 .
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