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Tunisian elections are the third phase of President Kais Saied’s coup project: Ali Jallouli

Ali Jallouli, a leader of left-wing Workers’ Party of Tunisia, analyzes the recent second round of the parliamentary election, the resistance to President Kais Saied, and why the Tunisian revolution has not option but to succeed

Daily Round-Up | Protests in US over Tyre Nichols’ killing and other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the intensifying protests in the US and Peru, Israel’s plan to arm residents of illegal settlements, and elections in Tunisia

Ayachi Hammami Tunisia Protests in Tunisia against persecution of political activist Ayachi Hammami

The protests were organized by political groups in the country in collaboration with lawyers and judges who have also opposed the dismissal of 57 judges by President Kais Saied last year

Daily Round-up | Israel deports Palestinian-French activist Salah Hammouri & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the deportation of Palestinian activist Salah Hammouri, the low turnout in Tunisia’s elections, Venezuela condemning the latest round of US sanctions, and Amazon workers voting to strike

Tunisian parliamentary elections 2022 Tunisian parliamentary elections see voter turnout of less than 9% 

These were the first parliamentary elections held under President Kais Saied’s new political system. All of Tunisia’s major political parties had called for a boycott of the elections 

Elections in Tunisia Tunisian political parties term upcoming elections “illegitimate” and call for boycott

Elections are taking place in Tunisia more than a year after President Kais Saied dismissed the last elected government

Daily Round-up | Two protesters killed in Peru protests & other stories

In this episode, we look at the death of two protesters in Peru, protests in the Philippines, a report by UNICEF on the toll on children due to the Yemen war, and rising anger in Tunisia against Presiden Kais Saied

Tunisia protest Protests erupts in Tunisia over rise in prices of essential commodities 

The protests add to the ongoing political uncertainty in the country, as major opposition parties have announced a boycott of the upcoming legislative elections in December 

Workers Party of Tunisia Workers’ Party leads the battle to save democracy in Tunisia

The Workers Party of Tunisia continues steadfast in the popular mobilization against President Kais Saied’s attempts to undermine the values of the 2011 revolution following his ‘presidential coup’ last year

Ali Jallouli: ‘The Tunisian people are against absolute autocracy’

The Tunisian people have resisted the authoritarian moves of Kais Saied and insist on the defense of democracy and freedom

Amid boycott calls and low turn-out, Tunisia passes constitutional referendum

Tunisian president Kais Saied has claimed victory after his proposed constitution was approved in a referendum. However, the turnout was only around 30% and opposition forces have dismissed its legitimacy

Tunisia referendum Despite low turn-out, Tunisian president Kais Saied claims victory in constitutional referendum

Only around 30% of voters turned up for the referendum on a new constitution for Tunisia. However, the government of Kais Saied claimed that over 94% of those who voted were in favor of the new document