‘Revise your constitutional lessons’: Tunisian president replies to coup denunciation • FRANCE 24

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#Tunisian President Kais #Saied said on Monday in a video posted by the presidency to those who describe his latest decisions as a coup to “revise your constitutional lessons” and said “we do not have any problems with businessmen.” Saied added that his decisions came in line with article no. 80 in the #constitution.

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