Italy's Boldrini to join march against terrorism in Tunis

(AGI) Rome, Mar 25 - President of the Italian Chamber ofDeputies Laura Boldrini said she had accepted the Tunisianprime minister's invitation to take part in the march againstterrorism in Tunis on Sunday. Ms Boldrini expressed hercloseness and that of the entire Chamber to the Tunisian peoplefollowing the brutal attack at the Bardo Museum on WednesdayMar. 18. Many people had been killed in the attack, includingfour Italians. Tunisia had become a jihadist terrorist targetafter embarking on a process of full democratisation, she said,and the attack had focused on a place symbolic of

(AGI) Rome, Mar 25 - President of the Italian Chamber ofDeputies Laura Boldrini said she had accepted the Tunisianprime minister's invitation to take part in the march againstterrorism in Tunis on Sunday. Ms Boldrini expressed hercloseness and that of the entire Chamber to the Tunisian peoplefollowing the brutal attack at the Bardo Museum on WednesdayMar. 18. Many people had been killed in the attack, includingfour Italians. Tunisia had become a jihadist terrorist targetafter embarking on a process of full democratisation, she said,and the attack had focused on a place symbolic of history andculture. No ideology or credo could justify such barbaricattacks, intended to compromise the development of thisprocess. It was the duty of the international community tostand by the people and ensure the stability of theMediterranean region, she added. (AGI). .