The President of the Tunisian Republic, Kais Saied, said that financial donations provided by several countries to help Tunisia over the past decade have been
EXCLUSIVE: Tunisia, Kais Saied extends emergency measures until further notice, a needed and expected decision
On Monday, Kais Saied, elected President of Tunisia in 2019 with about 80% of the votes, extended the suspension of the work of the Parliament
The Tunisians today seem to have found a smile again after the recent decisions of the President of the Republic, Kais Saied. In an exclusive
“Isn’t it time for you to know, President of the frozen Parliament, that you entered the Guinness Book of Records as the most hated person in Tunisia and the Arab world?” The Tunisian journalist Rashid al-Karai asks Ennahdha leader.
“Kais Saied is slowly trying to break through the wall of corruption, silence, and malfeasance built over the last ten years,” women’s rights activist tells The Arab Post.
Tunisia is slowly emerging from the coronavirus health emergency. Thanks to the vaccination campaign that saw over a million Tunisians receive their dose in 48
The growing popularity of the President of the Tunisian Republic, Kais Saied, who yesterday was cheered by a crowd of travelers and employees during his
“Ennahdha bears a large part of the responsibility for the escalation of the political crisis in Tunisia,” the islamist party’s vice-president finally admits.
The Tunisian people have repeatedly rejected the thesis defended by the Islamists on the complementarity between women and men, demanding total equality between the two sexes.
After the threats to Italy of sending migrants waves by sea, the terrorist attacks, and the bloodshed, today Rachid Ghannouchi gives us another episode of this tragicomic series aired in the international press.