Crime Tunisia's head of state makes ex-police officers to the Interior Minister
Tunisia. The Minister of Health Limoged in full progression of COVID-19
© Photo Illustration / AFP Tunisian President Kais Saied receives a CVIVID-19 vaccine injection in Tunis. While the number of contaminations at CVIV-19 continues to increase in Tunisia, the Minister of Health Faouzi Mehdi has been limited, Tuesday, July 20th. The Tunisian Minister Health Faouzi Mehdi has been limited on Tuesday night, after the first day of an outstanding vaccination campaign open to all adults for the largest Muslim holiday, in full peak contamination At the coronavirus.
whether the measure will vote the critics of President Kais Saied Gracious? In any case, the calls after rapid reinstatement of government and parliament in Tunisia will not be quieter.
Tunisia's head of state Kais Saied has appointed a new Cabinet member for the first time since theof the government. "The President of the Republic has adopted a presidential secretary, with which Ridha Gharsallaoui is entrusted with the management of the Ministry of the Interior," said Saieds Office in the capital Tunis. According to Tunisian media reports, the former police officer Gharsalloui was involved as a consultant of the President in issues of national security.
Violent protests in Tunisia over the economy, virus spread
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Violent demonstrations broke out on Sunday in several Tunisian cities as protesters expressed anger at the deterioration of the North African nation's health, economic and social situation. Thousands of people defied virus restrictions and scorching heat to demonstrate in the capital of Tunis and other cities. The largely young crowds shouted “Get out!” and slogans calling for the dissolution of parliament and early elections. The protests were called on the 64th anniversary of Tunisia's independence by a new group called the July 25 Movement.
"Nobody has been deprived of his rights"
Saied secured the protection of civil rights in the North African country at the presentation of Gharsallaouis. He wooland the rights and freedoms preserve: "Nobody has been arrested, no one has been deprived of his rights. Rather, the laws are completely implemented." According to its own, Saied wants to order a new head of government within 30 days.
Gharsallaoui's Appeal is the first new appointment in Tunisia after a massive discharge wave, which referred to political opponents Saieds as a coup. The President had discontinued on Sunday head of government Mechichi and the suspension of the parliamentary work and the abolition of the immunity of all deputies. Since then, Saied has set numerous other rankhohe government officials, including the Ministers for Defense and Justice.
OJ of Tokyo - Volley (H): The France team takes place by easily pulling Tunisia
© Panoramic Volley France Joy 260721 Battus 3-0 by the United States Saturday opening the Olympic tournament, volleyball Français were perfectly pushing Tunisia on the same score. Here they are temporarily third of group B. The France Volley team reassures! After their start of Olympic tournament completely missed against the United States Saturday (defeat 3-0), the men of Laurent Tillie have left no chance to Tunisia, Africa's 2019 champion and team a priori the lowest of the group B.
investigations against Party Enehdha
were tightened the tensions, as Tunisia's public prosecutor's office on Wednesday the opening of investigations against the previous ruling party Enehdha and two other parties because of suspicion of illegal party finance. Shortly thereafter, Saied announced a large-scale anti-corruption offensive.
civil society organizations and representatives of foreign governments had recently urged the appointment of a new government in Tunis. US Secretary of State Antony Blinking first demanded the reinstatement of Parliament on Thursday. "The intentions that Saw expressed me were to bring back Tunisia to the democratic way and act in a way that is compatible with the constitution," said blinking the transmitter Al-Jazira. "But of course we have to consider the measures that the president and Tunisia take."
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As COVID-19 surges in Tunisia, oxygen is in short supply .
KAIROUAN, Tunisia (AP) — As Tunisia faces a surge of COVID-19 cases, demand for life-saving oxygen has grown higher than the supply, leaving patients desperate and family members angry at the government as they say they are forced to find oxygen on their own. As the misery grows, traders have seized on an opportunity for profit, buying supplies of oxygen and other treatments and then renting them or selling them at higher prices. The profitable enterprise that is growing online has prompted citizens to call on authorities for intervention. “I was subjected to various types of blackmailing. People were trading and brokering with everything.