Friday's protest was against a ban on all indoor or outdoor gatherings the government of President Kais Saied announced this week to stop a Covid-19 wave.
President Saied did not share any information about who the alleged plotters were, saying there is even a recording of a phone call that specifies the day of the assassinations.
The future of Ennahda will depend not on its ideology, but its organisational transformation, political choices, and the political system’s new arrangements.
Former foreign minister says Tunisia’s enemy is occupation, colonisation and racial discrimination policy but not Israel.
Injured have been transferred to two hospitals for medical care, Tunisian Radio Mosaique says.
Hundreds of protestors gathered at the Habib Bourguiba Avenue, in the heart of the capital Tunis, chanting "The people want the fall of the coup".
President Kais Saied’s intervention raised several questions regarding the future of democracy, some of which derive from his plans and others from the country’s institutional and structural circumstances.
Algeria’s state TV says 12 soldiers are in hospital in critical condition with 28 others killed as residents flee to nearby towns in the worst-hit area of Tizi Ouzou.
Regional players Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, UAE, and France have shown interest in the political situation, and the immediate effects will most likely be felt in Libya and the Eastern Mediterranean.
Country's biggest political party, Ennahda, orders its supporters not to resume a sit-in outside parliament, in a reversal of an earlier call by its leader Rached Ghannouchi to take to the streets.
Tunisia found itself in the biggest political turmoil since 2011 as the President ousted the government. Some fear gains of the revolution are at stake.
President Saied, a former law professor, has long been a strong advocate of changing the country's constitution.
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