Qais Saeed announced these decisions during a meeting of the National Security Council, which was reported by some satellite channels.
These decisions came against the backdrop of protests in several Tunisian states, which were prepared during the recent period and announced to be organized on July 25, coinciding with the country's celebrations of the sixty-fourth anniversary of the Republic Day, against the Islamist party "Ennahda" movement.
The President of Tunisia issued a warning to anyone who shoots any citizen, that he will face a hail of bullets from the armed forces, indicating that there will be new arrangements commensurate with the development of the situation.
While Tunisians received President Kais Saied's decisions with celebrations that swept the streets, in violation of the curfew imposed within the framework of the health protocol to combat the spread of the Corona virus, from eight in the evening until six in the morning of the next day, the security did not object to their exit to the street.
The official page of the "Ennahda" party on Facebook published a statement by the party's president and Speaker of Parliament, Rached Al-Anoushi, in which he described the decisions of the President of the Republic to overturn the constitution and the gains of the revolution, stressing that the Ennahda movement and the Tunisians will defend those gains.
While the Islamist Ennahda party is still under the impact of shock, the Tunisian street may be the difference, waiting for the decisions of the Executive Council of the Islamic movement. The question remains, did the Tunisian president secure his back before taking these measures, which, albeit a coup against Constitution, did they gain popular legitimacy?