Tunisia’s President Kais Saied said on Thursday he will outlaw foreign funding for civil society organisations as he tries to remake the country’s politics after establishing one-man rule. Reuters quotes Saied, who last month suspended the elected parliament and assumed executive power before brushing aside the constitution to say he will rule by decree during an interim period, as saying the move was necessary to stop foreign interference in the country. This month he also moved against the country’s judiciary, seen as the last significant Tunisian institution of state still able to act as a check on his power, by dissolving the top judicial council.