TUNIS (AFP) - Tunisia’s National Constituent Assembly (ANC) will vote on Tuesday on whether to approve the new government line-up unveiled by Islamist premier-designate Ali Larayedh, parliamentary spokeswoman Karima Souid said on Saturday. “On Tuesday, vote of confidence in the ANC on the new government,” Souid said on her Facebook page. On Monday, the assembly’s agenda must also be approved, she added, with dates then to be set for a vote on the new constitution, whose drafting has been deadlocked for months, and for parliamentary and presidential elections. Several political timetables drawn up since Islamist party Ennahda’s sweeping election victory in 2011, after the revolution that toppled ex-dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, have not been respected.