Clashes outside Tunisia’s parliament a day after the Prime Minister was fired: live | Tunisia News
One day after President Said cancelled the government and legislature after the nationwide protests, clashes occurred over a parliament blocked by the army.
- One day after President Case Said, there was a street clash outside the Parliament blocked by the army Remove the prime minister and suspend parliament
- The move follows nationwide protests against economic problems and the government’s mishandling of the coronavirus crisis.
- On Monday, the army prevented Rached Ghannouchi, Speaker of the Parliament and Baath Party leader, from entering the building.
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Tunisia’s Ennahdha party stated that it believes that the parliament will continue to meet and condemn President Said’s decision as “invalid”.
Some of them said that the Tunisian army had deployed to the government palace in the Tunisian castle and prevented government workers from entering the building.
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