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Tunisia TunisiaOn Sunday, Thousands of Tunisians marched and demanded that the country’s constitution be regarded and called for the impeachment of President Kaïs Saied

Saied granted himself the power to govern by decree on Wednesday, two months in the wake of firing the PM, suspending the parliament, and assuming main power, saying it resulted from a national crisis. 

However, analysts have called it a coup, and demonstrators asked the parliament to be reinstated. Many Saied allies held a counter-protest yet were isolated by security fences. Heavy Police were deployed who tried to stop demonstrators progressing towards Habib Bourguiba Avenue. 

Last month, Saied had brushed aside a large part of the constitution, which he stated he would select a board or committee to amend it, adding that he could control by decree.

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