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Explainer: The power struggle between Tunisia's president and the judiciary

Tunisia's Supreme Judicial Council has become the country's latest institution to come under mounting pressure from President Kais Saied. The council is one of the few remaining constitutional bodies still able to act independently of Saied.
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