Tunisia's President Vows To Fight Corruption
The Tunisian president continues to accuse parties of stealing Tunisians' money and bankrupting the country. In addition, he accuses others of sending in foreign mercenaries to force him to abandon the reforms he began, restating that he will fight them with the law.
The President's Meeting with Dean of the Bar Association:
During a meeting with the Dean of the Bar Association and the General Secretary of the Human Rights League, Tunisian President Kais Saied stated that he will be after those who stole Tunisians' money, emphasizing his commitment to respecting liberties and refusing to break the law.
Moreover, Saied stated that such people have bankrupted the state and are attempting to find ways out through various legal documents, adding that a group of individuals is managing while others are carrying out to strike the institution of the Presidency of the Republic.
No for Corruption:
The Tunisian president added he will combat corruption along with anybody who wants to meddle with the state and mess with the Tunisian people through the law.
Yesterday, President Saied accused political parties of sending in foreign mercenaries to befog his vision and reverse the changes he had begun, stating that he will offer explanations on numerous matters relating to Chapter 80 of the Constitution soon.
Many people are attempting to find places within the authority and access to ministerial posts, according to Tunisian President Said, who claims that their main concern is other countries and not Tunisia.
The Attack on Protesters is Condemned:
Furthermore, the Tunisian General Labor Union condemned yesterday the attack on protesters in front of the capital's municipal theater and demanded a serious investigation.
The union stated that violating freedoms, particularly the right to expression and demonstration, is a red line that cannot be crossed, repeating the demand to disclose the assassination issue and put to trial all those engaged in it.