Tunisia political crisis more than 100 Ennahdha members resign | Tunisia News

Senior party members stated that Ennahdha had failed to face what they called the “imminent danger of tyranny.” More than 100 well-known members of the Tunisian Baath Party resigned to…

Four Tunisian political parties say President Said has “lost legitimacy” | Tunisia News

Since Saeed fired the prime minister on July 25, suspended the parliament and took over executive power on the grounds of a national emergency, he has almost all power. According…

Tunisia Said issued a decree to strengthen the power of the president

Nearly two months after Said fired the government and suspended Parliament, a series of decrees set out the rules. The President of Tunisia announced that when preparing to change the…

Tunisian duel protests break out of seizure of power by the president | Tunisia News

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Tunisia to protest the seizure of power by Tunisian President Keith Said in July, which triggered a constitutional crisis and led to allegations of a…

Tunisians hold protest against President Said’s seizure of power | International News Tunisia News

This is the first large-scale demonstration in Tunisia since President Keith Said seized power and disbanded the parliament in July. Protesters took to the streets of the Tunisian capital, expressing…

New crown pneumonia cases in North Africa drop sharply after summer peak | Coronavirus pandemic news

A few weeks after the surge in coronavirus cases left the North African intensive care unit overwhelmed and severe hypoxia caused public outrage, the number of cases fell sharply. The…

Tunisian MP and presidential critic Mahlof was briefly detained | International News Tunisia News

Opposition MP Seif Eddine Makhlouf was arrested by plainclothes police while trying to attend a court hearing against him. Lawyers for Seif Eddine Makhlouf, an opposition member of the Tunisian…

Tunisian President Keith Said extends parliamentary recess. Political news

Said also extended the suspension of the immunity of parliament members one month after he was relieved of his post as prime minister. Tunisian President Keith Said has extended the…

Tunisia: former anti-corruption chief under house arrest | Political News

Chawki Tabib said that the police patrolling outside his home told him that he is now under house arrest. The former head of the Tunisian Anti-Corruption Commission was placed under…

Tunisia: Senior Ennahdha official under house arrest | Tunisia News

Since President Said fired the prime minister last month, Maluf has been the most prominent member of the party. A senior official of the Tunisian moderate Islamic Party was placed…

Ennahdha marks a stance change in Tunisia’s political crisis Tunisia News

The biggest force in the parliament changed course, saying that the president’s move constituted an opportunity for reform. Ennahdha stated that it believes that President Keith Said’s unconventional measures are…

Tunisian President fires Sfax Governor’s Ambassador to the U.S. Tunisia News

The new wave of dismissals by President Kais Saied, who has passed decree rulings since late July, gave no explanation. President Keith Said fired the Tunisian ambassador to the United…

President Said: “Superman” or the voice of the oppressed in Tunisia? | Politics

Since he announced his “special” measures on July 25-initially for 30 days but can be extended-Tunisian civil society actors and political participants have been putting pressure on President Keith Said.…

Nearly 400 migrants rescued in the Mediterranean | Immigration News

The humanitarian rescue boat has rescued 396 migrants from a dangerous overcrowded wooden boat. According to Reuters, two humanitarian rescue ships rescued 394 migrants from a dangerous overcrowded wooden boat…

The United States urges Said in Tunisia to quickly return to the “democratic path” | Tunisia News

The White House stated that during the call with the Tunisian President, US National Security Adviser Jack Sullivan emphasized the need to “swiftly form a new government.” The White House…