US News President Kaïs Saïed denounces the flight of 13.5 billion dinars to Tunisians
Covid-19: the influx of international donations saves Tunisia of a "disaster" sanitary
© Fethi Belaid, AFP bottles of oxygen, provided by France to Tunisia for medical aid for Fight against the pandemic of Covid-19, are unloaded at the port of Radès, in the eastern suburbs of the capital Tunis, July 22, 2021. Donations from European countries and the Gulf, Tunisians of the diaspora and simple citizens Flowing to allow Tunisia hit hard by COVID-19 to avoid a "disaster" sanitary, according to health professionals. The call for help was heard.
During a message broadcast on television Wednesday, Tunisian President Tunisian Kaïs Saïed lamented that 13.5 billion dinars - 4 billion euros - of public money were stolen to Tunisians by hundreds of people, promising a "judicial compromise" to those who would make money.
Tunisian Presidentdenounced on Wednesday, July 28, during a message broadcast on television, theft, by "hundreds of Tunisians", 13.5 billion dinars - 4 billion euros - public money, promising those who would make them a "judicial compromise".
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"bad economic choices" caused "financial pressure" on the country, forcing traders to break The prices of some commodities, he also deplored during this intervention.
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