Saied Announces Infiltration Attempts into Vital Security Services
Tunisian President Kais Saied warns of figures trying to infiltrate vital security services, threatening to expose these attempts and the culprits.
Tunisian President Kais Saied said that unknown figures are trying to infiltrate vital security services, and he threatened to expose all attempts and to identify the actors behind them.
During the 65th anniversary of establishing the National Guard Corps, Saied considered the security apparatus as a vital body with no room for blocs that serve the interest of a particular party, warning that all these attempts will be confronted by law.
For his part, the French Ambassador to Tunisia expressed his country's understanding of the decisions taken by President Saied and expressed Paris' wishes for Tunisia to overcome this stage in what endorses its democracy.
The ambassadors of the G7 countries also affirmed their commitment to the partnership with Tunisia and called for an immediate return to a constitutional system in which an elected parliament would play a prominent role.
They also affirmed their full commitment to respect the civil, political, social, and economic rights of all Tunisians and to respect the rule of law.