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Tunisia in Crisis after President Kais Saied Ousts Government

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President Kais Saied invoked the constitution to dismiss Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and decree a freeze of the parliament for a period of 30 days. Tunisia faced its biggest crisis in a decade of democracy on Mondayafter President  government and froze the activities of parliament, a move his foes labelled a coup that should be opposed on the street. In a statement late on Sunday, Saied invoked the constitution to dismiss Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and decree a freeze of the parliament for a period of 30 days, saying he would govern alongside a new premier. The move came after a day of protests against the government and the biggest party…

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