In a written statement made by the ministry, “Tunisia condemns the calls of some political circles and politicians to intervene in the internal affairs of the country.” expression was used.
In the statement, it was noted that these calls aimed to undermine the country’s experience of democracy and to damage its foreign relations and friendships.
In the statement, which stated that it was surprising that such statements were made by “people who held high-level positions before,” no information was given about who made the call and to which foreign powers.
President Kays Said, in his statement on October 9, stated that some sectors wanted foreign countries to intervene in the country’s internal affairs.
Said took over legislative and executive powers
Tunisian President Said issued new decrees expanding his powers on September 22, after the Assembly suspended its work on July 25 and dismissed the prime minister.
With the new decrees, extraordinary arrangements were made regarding the legislative and executive powers of the president, and the temporary commission that oversaw the constitutionality of the bills was abolished.
In a statement made yesterday by the Tunisian Journalists’ Union, it was pointed out that the pressure on the press increased after Said’s decisions.
In the statement, President Said was called upon to fulfill his previous promises on the protection of rights and freedoms.
President Said has made statements many times before that he does not intend to establish a dictatorial regime or to harm rights and freedoms.
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