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What is Article 80 of the Tunisian Constitution?

President Kais Saied said Article 80 of the Tunisian Constitution permitted him to dismiss the government and suspend parliament. Here is what you need to know about #Article80.

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Tunisia Protests: Thousands of soldiers deployed to restore order

Tunisia Protests: Thousands of soldiers deployed to restore order

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Many Tunisians are still frustrated after 7 years of Tunisian revolution

Tunisia’s Crackdown Against LGBT Rights Group

Tunisia’s Crackdown Against LGBT Rights Group

Garbage fills the streets of Brighton as refuse workers go on strike

Garbage fills the streets of Brighton as refuse workers go on strike

Dutch municipalities ‘unlawfully’ investigated mosques

Dutch municipalities ‘unlawfully’ investigated mosques

Outgoing German chancellor Merkel’s ‘farewell visit’ to Turkey

Outgoing German chancellor Merkel’s ‘farewell visit’ to Turkey

Myanmar junta leader excluded in upcoming ASEAN summit

Myanmar junta leader excluded in upcoming ASEAN summit

British lawmaker David Amess dies in stabbing attack

British lawmaker David Amess dies in stabbing attack

Bollywood superstar's son arrested

Bollywood superstar's son arrested

How is Turkey strengthening ties with Africa?

How is Turkey strengthening ties with Africa?

Facebook’s private blacklist leaked to the public

Facebook’s private blacklist leaked to the public

Israeli far-right MP Bezalel Smotrich tells Arab lawmakers ‘Nakba was incomplete’

Israeli far-right MP Bezalel Smotrich tells Arab lawmakers ‘Nakba was incomplete’

Kosovo's Turks 'bridge' between two countries

Kosovo's Turks 'bridge' between two countries

Turks in Kosovo 'don't see future in EU'

Turks in Kosovo 'don't see future in EU'

Kosovo's Turkish community set for elections

Kosovo's Turkish community set for elections

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