Tunisian President Kais Saied gave himself sweeping powers over the judiciary on Sunday, prompting thousands to protest in central Tunis against what they said was another blow to democracy. The AFP news agency reports that a decree published in the early hours officially replaced a judicial watchdog he had vowed to dissolve and gave Saied powers to block judicial appointments and sack judges, who are now banned from going on strike.
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