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Tunisian President: Freedom of expression is guaranteed and freedoms are not compromised at all

Tunisian President Kais Saied stressed, on Friday, that freedom of expression in Tunisia is guaranteed and freedoms are not compromised at all. He will return it to the people,” adding, “Those who were in the House of Representatives are the ones who tampered with the state’s capabilities. There are hundreds of billions that have been warned by the Tunisian people.” outside it,” noting that there are some difficulties in Tunisian regions that some intended “to offend the presidency of the republic.” “What was done after a long patience under the constitution is not a coup.”

Said criticized the statements of some leaders, saying: “The statements issued today by a number of leaders that they will take to the streets are against the constitution.”

The Tunisian president promised: “I will not let them strike.” The Tunisian state and they threaten the institutions responsibility before the people.”

Later, on Friday night, a presidential order was issued banning all family, private and public demonstrations and gatherings in open or closed spaces. The curfew period for persons and vehicles will be from 10 pm to 5 am, starting from the first of August.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tunisia: The president’s decisions are based on the provisions of the constitution. The decisions of Tunisian President Said are based on the provisions of the constitution, “and come within the framework of maintaining and protecting the stability of the Tunisian state institutions in light of the exacerbation of political tensions.” “His country is proceeding on its democratic political path and is committed to protecting rights and freedoms.” of the Tunisian state and the proper functioning of its institutions.”


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