Opposition to Tunisian president’s power seizure deepens • FRANCE 24 English

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Four Tunisian parties said on Thursday that President Kais #Saied had lost his legitimacy and called for an end to what they called a coup after he took control of legislative and executive powers, raising the prospect of a drawn-out confrontation over his intervention. Saied said on Wednesday he would rule by decree and ignore parts of the #constitution as he prepared to change the political system. #Tunisia

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