TUNIS  - The Tunisian govt vowed to implement two decrees, passed last year but not yet enacted, guaranteeing press freedom and regulating audiovisual media, a key demand of journalists striking nationwide. “The coalition govt has decided to implement decrees 115 and 116 regulating the information sector,” the TAP news agency reported, citing an announcement by the PM’s office. The application of the two decrees, which were signed into law in Nov last year by then president Foued Mebazaa, had been blocked by the coalition govt led by the ruling Islamist party Ennahda that came to power in late 2011.