publish date 2021-11-21 20:39:41
The People’s Movement announced its rejection of the Tunisian President’s decision to cancel Law No. 38 related to the exceptional assignment of those who have been unemployed in the public service.
The movement, which is the main party supporting Said, considered that “a law of the state must be implemented.”
The movement said in a statement published on Saturday that “the government is required to initiate the issuance of the ordinal order related to the aforementioned law, away from invoking all the political backgrounds and calculations that accompanied its drafting and approval,” noting that it is the owner of the legislative initiative that produced the law.
At the conclusion of the statement, the party said that “the July 25 Corrective Movement was primarily a response to the people’s demands for the state’s social role, which was ignored for the benefit of corruption departments, rent groups and parasitic capital,” stressing that “restoring the state and restoring its role in development is a measure of the success or failure of every action.” future politician.
The People’s Movement began reviewing its supportive stance for Qais Saeed after it was the first to welcome his decisions on July 25, when the president refused to receive the party’s Secretary General a few days ago, according to what the newspaper revealed.Morning“Local.
And on Friday evening, Saeed decided to cancel Law No. 38 related to exceptional provisions for assignment in the public private sector to holders of high degrees who have been unemployed for more than 10 years, after he signed it and published it himself in the Official Gazette.
Against this background, several Tunisian states witnessed protests, Friday and Saturday, rejecting President Kais Saied’s decision not to activate Law No. 38, similar to the states of Kasserine, Gafsa and Sidi Bouzid.
In an escalation, 12 people with high degrees, who have been unemployed for more than 10 years, involved in the coordination of the “Mandate for My Right” in the state of Kasserine, on Saturday evening, went on a brutal hunger strike at their sit-in at the governorate headquarters, in refusal to the statement of the President of the Republic.
Shukri Jabli stressed about the regional coordination “Mandate My Right” in Kasserine, in a statement tunisia africa news agency However, all the unemployed graduates who have entered a sit-in since Friday evening at the Kasserine state headquarters are ready to engage in various forms of escalatory struggle in order to achieve their only legitimate demand represented in a stable job that preserves their dignity, stressing their categorical rejection of the President’s proposal represented in working with companies eligibility.
Since last July 25, Tunisia has been witnessing a political crisis when Said began to take exceptional measures, including: freezing the powers of Parliament, lifting the immunity of its deputies, abolishing the constitutionality monitoring body, issuing legislation by presidential decrees, chairing the Public Prosecution, dismissing the prime minister, and forming new ones. He appointed its chief.
The majority of political forces in Tunisia reject Said’s exceptional decisions, and consider them a “coup against the constitution”, while other forces support them and see them as a “correction of the course of the 2011 revolution,” which overthrew the then president, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
During the past three months, the Tunisian capital witnessed protest movements, in which thousands participated, to denounce the decisions of Said, who began in 2019 a 5-year presidential term.
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