Tunisian Protesters Denounce ‘Coup,’ Demand President Steps Down

Thousands protest in Tunis, accusing President Saied of a power grab and demanding accountability for economic crisis.

Thousands of Tunisians have demonstrated in the capital Tunis, denouncing President Kais Saied’s moves to consolidate political power and demanding accountability for the country’s long-running economic crisis.

Supporters from the Ennahdha party and the Free Constitutional Party held parallel rallies in adjacent areas of the capital, Tunis, on Saturday, accusing Saied of economic mismanagement and of an anti-democratic coup.


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