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The National University of Tunisian Municipalities: We support popular movements and call for wisdom and dialogue to prevail

The National University of Tunisian Municipalities has expressed its support for the popular movements, calling for wisdom and dialogue to prevail, according to what the Al-Arabiya news channel reported in an urgent news a while ago.

Tunisian President Qais Saeed had taken a package of successive exceptional decisions, starting on Sunday evening, to stop the state of confusion in the country as a result of the practices of the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement, which controls the legislative authority in the country, as he decided to freeze the work of Parliament and lift the immunity of deputies, while exempting Hisham Meshishi. , Head of Government in charge of managing the affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, Ibrahim El-Bertajy, Minister of National Defense, and Hasna Benslimane, Minister to the Head of Government in charge of public service and Acting Minister of Justice, provided that the secretaries-general or those charged with administrative and financial affairs at the head of the government and the aforementioned ministries manage their administrative and financial affairs until Nomination of a new prime minister and new members.

The decisions of Kais Saied received massive popular support, as thousands of Tunisians gathered in the squares to celebrate these measures that would address the state of confusion caused by successive governments in Tunisia along with the parliament's management of the political scene, which failed to respond to the aspirations and aspirations of the Tunisian people.

The rule of the Tunisian Muslim Brotherhood movement over the past years has caused the deterioration of the economic and social conditions and the rise in prices in the country, amid the collapse of the country’s economy and the high unemployment rate in the country, after the movement took control of the Tunisian Parliament and worked to silence the mouths of political parties and currents within Parliament. Some of them threatened and assaulted them