Today, Friday, Tunisian security forces reinforced their presence in the vicinity of Parliament to prevent deputies from entering the seat of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People, which has been closed since July 25.
Since Friday morning, police in civilian and security uniforms have surrounded the parliament headquarters and set up barriers to prevent the public and cars from passing through.
This came after he called for a rally in front of Parliament, which has 217 seats.
Only one deputy accepted the invitation, according to an AFP correspondent, while the media reported that two deputies had attended.
The deputy left after the supporters of President Qais Saeed, who gathered in front of the parliament, asked him to do so.
One of them shouted, “Leave. Why did you come to Parliament when you have been there for 10 years? Aren’t you ashamed, leave.”
On July 25, President Kais Saied announced exceptional measures that included freezing parliament and dismissing the prime minister.
It is expected that a demonstration in support of President Said will be organized on Sunday, on Habib Bourguiba Street in the capital, Tunis.
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