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Tunisia: EU urged president Saied to reopen parliament

EU urged president Saied to reopen parliament

The European Union has urged the Tunisian President Kaïs Saied to restore democratic order in the country and reopen parliament. During a parliamentary session, European Union’s foreign policy chief Joseph Borrell told EU lawmakers that the Tunisian parliament “cannot stay closed indefinitely”. “It is crucial for the future of the …

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The Francophonie summit scheduled for Tunisia in November officially postponed (OIF)


The Francophonie summit, scheduled for November on the Tunisian coastal island of Djerba, was officially postponed for a year on Wednesday, October 13. At a meeting of the Permanent Council of the International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF) the day before, the representatives of the 88 member and associate states …

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Tunisia: reinforced security as a prelude to two major demonstrations in Tunis


A major security device was deployed this Sunday in the Tunisian capital, in anticipation of the organization of two demonstrations. The first is held in protest against the exceptional measures of President Kaïs Saïed, while the second supports his approach. According to information from the Anadolu agency, the anti-Saïed demonstration …

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Tunisia: president Kais Saied urged to appoint a new Prime Minister

President Saied

The G7 group of industrialized countries has urged the Tunisian President Kais Saied to urgently appoint a new head of the government. “Naming a prime minister would create space for dialogue about proposed constitutional reforms”, the group said in a statement. President Saied has dissolved the government and suspended parliament …

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