TUNIS: A Tunisian court on Wednesday sentenced former President Monsef Marzuki to four years in prison on charges of “attacking the state’s external security”, the TAP state news agency said after he called on France to suspend its current support this year. Administration
Marzouki, who lives in Paris, criticized President Kayes Said, saying he had staged a coup.
Saeed adjourned parliament and dismissed the government in July, then announced plans for a referendum and elections before the government was appointed and the following year.
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