Tunisians call for ouster of Saudi-allied President Kais Saied

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Tunisians have called for free and fair elections to remove Saudi-allied President Kais Saied, who is accused of staging a coup last year.

Samir Dilou, a member of Tunisia’s Salvation Front, told a local radio station on Monday that the front wants the naming of an alternative for Kais Saied “by the Tunisian elite in fair and genuine elections and not in the December 17’s elections.”







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