Tunisian President Sacks Judges

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Tunisia’s president Kais Saied has sacked 57 judges over corruption and protection of terrorists.

Saied disclosed that he had warned the judiciary to purify itself, adding that he seeks to remodel the country’s political system after consolidating one-man rule.

Some political activists say the judge is too close to the Ennahda party and accuse him of stopping cases against it.

Last July, the President dismissed the government and seized executive power, before setting aside the 2014 constitution and dismissing the country’s elected parliament.

Written by: Helen Obih

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