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Thousands in Tunisia protest against president, demand democratic return

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Tunisian President Kais Saied is accused of a power grab. He suspended the country's parliament and sacked the government in July last year. A new coalition against him comprises five political parties, including the Islamist-inspired Ennahdha Party. A separate protest was held by supporters of former dictator Zine El Abedine Ben Ali.
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Reuters

Thousands in Tunisia protest against president, demand democratic return

Thousands of Tunisians protested on Sunday against President Kais Saied, demanding a return to the normal democratic order and rejecting his replacement of the independent electoral commission with one he named himself.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Hindu

Thousands in Tunisia protest against president, demand democratic return

Kais Saied has entrenched his one-man rule since seizing executive power last summer.

2 months ago·India
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News24

Thousands in Tunisia protest against president, demand democratic return

Thousands of Tunisians protested on Sunday against President Kais Saied, demanding a return to the normal democratic order and rejecting his replacement of the independent electoral commission with one he named himself.

2 months ago·South Africa
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Haaretz

Thousands protest against president in Tunisia, demand democracy be reinstated

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2 months ago·Tel Aviv- Yafo, Israel
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National Post

Thousands in Tunisia protest against president, demand democratic return

TUNIS -- Thousands of Tunisians protested on Sunday against President Kais Saied, demanding a return to the normal democratic order and rejecting his replacement of the independent electoral commission with one he named himself. Read More

2 months ago·Canada
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Arab News

Thousands in Tunisia protest against president, demand democratic return

Thousands of Tunisians protested on Sunday against President Kais Saied, demanding a return to the normal democratic order and rejecting his replacement of the independent electoral commission with one he named himself. “The people want democracy” and “Saied has led the country to starvation” were two slogans chanted by the protesters who gathered in central Tunis a week after a smaller demonstration in support of the president.

2 months ago·Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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