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Violent Protest in Tunisia PM sacked by President Kais Saied People raised slogans of “Get out”, PM sacked

Violent Protest in Tunisia PM sacked by President Kais Saied  People raised slogans of “Get out”, PM sacked
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Violent Protest in Tunisia PM sacked by President Kais Saied  People raised slogans of “Get out”, PM sacked

Violent Protest in Tunisia PM sacked by President Kais Saied People raised slogans of “Get out”, PM sacked

Amidst the deteriorating conditions due to Corona, a period of violent demonstrations has started in Tunisia. The pandemic broke Tunisia’s back, already facing economic challenges. Due to which it has become difficult to meet the basic needs in front of the people. In the midst of violent protests in the country against the worsening economic situation, the President sacked the Prime Minister and banned the activities of Parliament.

Tunisia President Kais Saeed also ended all rights enjoyed by members of parliament and said he would soon announce the name of a new prime minister for peace in the country. The emergency security meeting was called after violent demonstrations across the country and after that the President has made this announcement. Thousands of people broke the restrictions related to corona virus infection and took to the streets in the scorching heat and raised slogans of “Get out”.

People demanded the dissolution of Parliament and early elections. These demonstrations were held on the 64th anniversary of the country’s independence. Tunisia President Kais Saeed, speaking to state media, said that while issuing a warning to the protesters, he said that I warn all those who are planning to take up arms. Because the armed forces will respond to bullets with bullets.

There is a wave of happiness among the people after the President’s decision. The protesters have called for economic and social reforms after the Prime Minister’s sacking. (also from input language)

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