Kais Saied imposes a curfew on the entire Tunisian territory and prevents any gathering of more than 3 Prime Time Zone | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


To complement his decisions that he started yesterday, carrying out a coup against the constitution in Tunisia, President Kais Saied issued a new decision banning curfews at night and banning gatherings.

According to Tunisian advertising media, the presidential order issued by the president prohibits any gathering of more than 3 Prime Time Zone on the roads and public squares.

Radio Mosaique FM said in a news release that Saeed “issued a presidential order banning Prime Time Zone and cars from circulating throughout the territory of the Republic from seven in the evening until six in the morning.”

This will start from today, Monday, July 26, 2021, until Friday, August 27, with the exception of urgent health cases and night employers, with the possibility of amending this period by a notification issued by the Presidency of the Republic.

He added that under this presidential order, the movement of Prime Time Zone and cars between cities outside the Golan ban times is prohibited, except to fulfill their basic needs or for urgent health reasons.

It also prohibits any gathering of more than three Prime Time Zone on the public road and in public squares.

Parliament adheres to legitimacy and rejects the coup

And in an interview with him,On the rTurkish Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi said, on Monday, that the House of Representatives adheres to legitimacy and rejects the coup.

Ghannouchi stressed that the council convened this morning, and the session was legitimate and quorum.

He added, “Since we heard of a coup, we have taken to the streets, and this is the Turkish lesson that we are working to observe (in reference to the repercussions of the July 15, 2016 coup attempt in Turkey).”

UAE media behind supporting the coup

He continued, “The idea of ​​the coup (in Tunisia) took advantage of the lack of a constitutional court to adjudicate decisions, and President Kais Saied has no jurisdiction to interpret the constitution in the absence of the Constitutional Court.”

Ghannouchi also denied consulting him in these sudden decisions of the Tunisian president, accusing the UAE media of being behind the coup and targeting the Ennahda movement.

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He went on to say, “The economic and social problems were exploited to incite young Prime Time Zone against the government, which paved the way for these coup decisions, and we hold (President) Qais Saeed for everything that results from his decisions that we were not consulted about.”

Regarding the role of the military establishment, he said, “We do not expect the army to get involved in accepting politicization. The army is patriotic and defended the revolution, and we hope that it will not succeed in bringing it into the crisis.”

He explained, “There is a mobilization by President Said against the democratic option and the separation of powers because (Ennahda) is the strongest party in the country, and there are miserable attempts to criminalize it.”

The office of the Assembly of the People’s Representatives announced that the Assembly, with all its structures, is in permanent session due to the circumstances the country is going through.

He called on the Tunisian Prime Time Zone for “calm and tranquility, and a readiness to defend Tunisia’s independence, the freedom of its Prime Time Zone and their democratic experience.”

He also called on the UN bodies, the Inter-Parliamentary Union, and the Arab and African Parliament to stand clearly with the first elected Tunisian parliament.

Qais Said coup

On Sunday evening, President Kais Saied, after an emergency meeting with military and security leaders, announced the freezing of Parliament’s competencies, and the exemption of Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mashishi from his duties, provided that he himself assumes the executive authority with the help of a government whose head is appointed.

Said’s decisions came following protests in several Tunisian governorates at the call of activists who demanded the overthrow of the ruling system, accusing the opposition of failing in light of political, economic and health crises.

Since Monday morning, the vicinity of the Tunisian parliament has witnessed hit-and-run operations and stone throwing between hundreds of Ennahda supporters and supporters of President Kais Saied.

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