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Tunisian Judges Continue National Strike Against President Saied

Tunisia’s Judges Association called for a two-day strike for all courts in the country in protest against Saied’s move to dissolve the top judicial watchdog.

Tunisian Judges Continue National Strike Against President Saied

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