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Tunisia, even water cannons against protesters

2022-01-14T17:53:03.510Z

Oppositions in the streets on the 11th anniversary of the 2011 Revolution (ANSA) 14 January, 18:42 Foreground Tunisia, even water cannons against protesters Oppositions in the streets on the 11th anniversary of the 2011 Revolution Photo story © ANSA / EPA WATCH THE PHOTOSTORY Photo Close Anti-government protest in Tunis on 11th anniversary of Ben Ali ousting © ANSA / EPA Close Anti-government protest in Tunis on 11th anniversary of Ben Ali ousting © ANSA / EPA Close



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Tunisia, even water cannons against protesters

Oppositions in the streets on the 11th anniversary of the 2011 Revolution

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Tensions in Tunis on the eleventh anniversary of the 2011 Revolution. Despite the ban on anti-Covid gatherings and demonstrations, the opposition still took to the streets to protest against what they call the "coup" by President Kais Saied , however, encountering an impressive deployment of the police that prevented them from accessing the central Avenue Bourguiba, already cordoned off last night. Police today used water cannons and tear gas at Avenue Mohamed V to keep protesters from approaching beyond the barriers. Six people arrested, found in possession of several thousand dinars to be distributed to cause unrest, according to a statement from the Interior Ministry.In the square as announced the supporters of the three social democratic parties Attayar, Ettakattol and the Republican Party, then the Islamic Ennhadha and the collective "Citizens against the coup", led by activist Jaouhar Ben Mbarek, who denounced a "militarization of the city ​​"in reference to the strong police presence in Tunis and the arrest of several demonstrators carried out" without any respect for human rights ".in reference to the strong police presence in Tunis and the arrest of several demonstrators carried out "without any respect for human rights".in reference to the strong police presence in Tunis and the arrest of several demonstrators carried out "without any respect for human rights".

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