Tunisian President Dismisses National Anti-Corruption Commission Secretary-General
After an order was issued to vacate the headquarters of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), Tunisian President Kais Saied relieves the Commission's Secretary-General, Anwar Ben Hassan, of his duties.
Tunisian President Kais Saied relieved the Secretary-General of the National Anti-Corruption Authority, Anwar Ben Hassan, of his duties.
The Tunisian Presidency said in a statement today, Friday, that the person in charge of the Commission’s administrative and financial affairs will temporarily handle the Commission’s duties.
Earlier today, Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that an order was issued to vacate the headquarters of the National Anti-Corruption Commission.
After his recent measures, Tunisian President Kais Saied said yesterday, Thursday, that the state is still operational and that the new government formation will be announced in the next few days.
On August 17, the Tunisian President had revealed that the government will soon be formed and that a system that "expresses the will of the people," will soon be established, stressing that "there is no going back."
During a visit to Tunis-Carthage airport yesterday, Monday, Saied disclosed that "everyone who believes that the recent decisions will be reversed is delusional,” noting that those who call for this "are the same ones seeking a coup.”