Tunisians Protest Against President Saied’s Power Grab


More than 1,000 Tunisians have gathered near the suspended parliament to protest against President Kais Saied’s power grab four months ago. Opponents of President Saied gathered outside the chamber of the suspended parliament in the capital Tunis on Sunday. Scuffles broke out between police and protesters, with security forces trying to push back the demonstrators from the barricades. The angry crowd demanded Saied restore the parliament, calling for a normal democratic rule.  Protesters shouted slogans such as, “The people want to bring down the coup d’etat,” – “We will not accept a new dictator… we will not back down,”…

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