The judicial council said that it agrees with Sadr's diagnosis of the political situation in Iraq, noting that it “stands at an equal distance from all political parties and groups.”
Tunisia's President Kais Saied dismissed 57 judges on June 1, accusing them of corruption and protecting terrorists - charges that the Tunisian Judges' Association said were mostly politically motivated.
President Kais Saied fires judges, accusing them of corruption and protecting terrorists, as he moves to take control of the North African country's judiciary.
Over 2,000 protesters gathered in central Tunis, following President Saied's decree establishing a new judicial watchdog that lets him dismiss judges or block their promotion.
The move came after Tunisia's Supreme Judicial Council rejected President Kais Saied's move to dissolve the body, saying it would continue to carry out its duties.
The state body has rejected President Saied's decision to dissolve the council, saying it will continue carrying out its work despite pressure.
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