Today, Thursday, Tunisian President Kais Saied accused people he did not name of plotting to attack the institution of the Presidency of the Republic.
This came during his meeting with the Dean of the Bar Association, the General Secretary of the Human Rights League and the Vice-President of the Association at Carthage Palace.
In the video interview published by the presidency on its Facebook account, the Tunisian president said that there are people who are plotting and others are implementing what has been agreed upon to strike the presidency.
The Tunisian president stressed that he will not let those who stole the Tunisian people’s money tamper with his power.
He said that these people starved Tunisians and abused them and caused the state to bankrupt, noting that they find in some legal texts exits, which keeps cases on the shelves of courts for decades.
Some accused that they set laws in exchange for sums of money, revealing exciting information by saying: “There is a chapter they tried to pass with 150,000 dinars. Is this legitimacy or a slave market?”