Kaïs Saïed has designated corruption as one of the main evils of his country, and the fight against this scourge has become the hobbyhorse of the Tunisian head of state who has assumed full powers.
His statements, much appreciated by public opinion, were however not followed up.
Where is Tunisia heading after the president's coup?
Seizure of the Anti-Corruption Authority, residential placements, arrests and all-out statements against personalities designated for popular revenge: since his coup on July 25 (dismissal of the government, freezing of Parliament and lifting of parliamentary immunity), the President of the Tunisian Republic, Kaïs Saïed, uses corruption as a political tool.
Yet analysts doubt the real effects of his statements.
Professor of retirement law, Kaïs Saïed was elected in 2019, in part thanks to his upright image.
Whoever campaigned, without means and traveling the country in his personal car, can only appear immaculate in
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