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More Than 100 Officials of the Tunisian Ennahda Movement ResignPolitics

More Than 100 Officials of the Tunisian Ennahda Movement Resign

More than 100 officials of the Tunisian Ennahda movement announced their resignation from the movement. Tunisian channel, Nesma, reported that
Tunisian President Saied Assumes Legislative, Executive PowersMiddle East

Tunisian President Saied Assumes Legislative, Executive Powers

Tunisian President Kais Saied took Wednesday exceptional measures to enhance his presidential powers to include executive and legislative measures. The
Tunisian Lawyers Call on Said to End Exceptional MeasuresPolitics

Tunisian Lawyers Call on Said to End Exceptional Measures

Twenty deputies of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People of Tunisia, mostly from the Ennahda Movement and the
Tunisian Parties Refuse to Meet US DelegationMiddle East

Tunisian Parties Refuse to Meet US Delegation

Several Tunisian parties have announced rejecting an invitation from the US embassy to attend a meeting with a congressional delegation
Ben Omar: Israeli Planes Monitoring Tunisian Coasts and Regional WatersMiddle East

Ben Omar: Israeli Planes Monitoring Tunisian Coasts and Regional Waters

The Spokesperson for the Tunisian Forum for Social and Economic Rights, Ramadan ben Omar, said that “Tunisia is gradually turning
Tunisian Tayyar Chaabi Party Rejects InternationalizationMiddle East

Tunisian Tayyar Chaabi Party Rejects Internationalization

The Tunisian Tayyar Chaabi party expressed its absolute rejection of any foreign intervention in the country, seeing that Ennahda Movement’s
Tunisian Labor Union: We Demand Small Government Led by Experienced Prime MinisterPolitics

Tunisian Labor Union: We Demand Small Government Led by Experienced Prime Minister

The Chief of the Tunisian General Labor Union, Noureddine Taboubi, stated on Tuesday that the Union demands a small government
Tunisian President: “The Measures We Resorted To Are Strictly Constitutional”Politics

Tunisian President: “The Measures We Resorted To Are Strictly Constitutional”

In an interview with New York Times journalists today, Tunisian President Kais Saied said that “Tunisia is working within the framework of