Tunisian presidency sacks head of national TV channel • FRANCE 24 English

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The Tunisian presidency fired the head of the national television channel on Wednesday after two guests were briefly banned from entering its studios to take part in a programme. The dismissal of Wataniya’s CEO comes after president #KaisSaied suspended parliament and sacked the prime minister on Sunday, in what opponents have labelled a coup. FRANCE 24’s Wassim Cornet tells us more.

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