Tunisia: Celebrations in the street as prime minister sacked over Covid response

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Tunisians celebrated in the streets after President Kais Saied said he had invoked constitution to suspend parliament.

Read more on this story: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2021/07/26/tunisias-president-accused-coup-sacking-prime-minister-covid/

After the announcement, hundreds defied a coronavirus curfew to gather in the streets, waving the Tunisian flag and setting off fireworks to celebrate the prime minister’s dismissal.

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