Judges on strike in Tunisia, say the justice system is a political tool • FRANCE 24 English

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Tunisian lawyers and judges held a small protest outside the capital’s courts Wednesday as part of their weeklong strike following the president’s dismissal of 57 judges. President Kais Saied’s removal of the judges was the latest sign of growing interference in the judiciary as he tightens his grip on power.

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