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Tunisia’s Saied will not ‘turn into a dictator’ after MPs’ arrest

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Tunisia’s Saied will not ‘turn into a dictator’ after MPs’ arrest

Tunisia’s Saied will not ‘turn into a dictator’ after MPs’ arrest

President Saied rejects accusations he staged a coup, as two members of parliament arrested on Friday.


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