Night clashes in western Tunisia … and Qais Said refers to...

Night clashes in western Tunisia … and Qais Said refers to...
Night clashes in western Tunisia … and Qais Said refers to...
The city of “Sbeitla” in the governorate of Kasserine, west of Tunis, on Tuesday night, Wednesday, is witnessing protests, confrontations between the police and demonstrators, and attempts to storm state institutions, amid the presidency’s affirmation of the need to apply the law to everyone.

The city witnessed clashes between security and demonstrators, and hit-and-run operations, amid attempts by some youths to storm state institutions in the city.

The protests came after a Tunisian was killed under the rubble of a “kiosk” in the city of Sbeitla, Kasserine Governorate, during the demolition process by municipal police, according to a decision that includes chaotic structures.

The incident triggered protests in the governorate, which required the army to intervene to protect vital installations.

For its part, the Tunisian presidency affirmed the necessity for each party to fully assume its responsibilities and apply the law to all.

President Kais Said said, “The law should not be applied to one part without another in Tunisia, referring to a number of politicians and capital owners in recent years.”

“The crimes committed by those who plundered the people’s money remained on the shelves of the courts, without effective prosecution and punishment, but more than that from the place of imprisonment today, it is now attacking the state,” he said during his meeting with Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mishishi.

Qais Saeed’s mysterious message. Sources close to him confirmed to Al Ain News that it is an indication of the abuses committed by the “Ennahda” movement in recent years, which made it the first source of corruption.

These sources indicated that Saeed opposes the policies pursued by his prime minister, Hisham El-Mechichi, especially his reception of representatives of the Ennahda Movement, the Heart of Tunisia, and the Dignity Coalition.

On Tuesday, Tunisian Prime Minister Hisham El-Mechichi decided to dismiss the governor of Kasserine and security leaders there.

The Tunisian government presidency said, in a statement, that Al-Machishi decided to dismiss both the governor of Kasserine and the commissioner (local official) Sbeitla, the city that witnessed the incident.

The dismissals included the exemption of the head of the governorate’s security zone and the head of the municipal police station in Sbeitla.

According to the same statement, the government announced the opening of an investigation into the circumstances and circumstances of the incident.

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