In Tunisia, the deputy spoke in parliament in a bulletproof vest and helmet

The leader of the opposition Free Constitutional Party of Tunisia, Abir Musi, spoke at a meeting of the legislature in a bulletproof vest and a motorcycle helmet due to the deprivation of her parliamentary immunity.

“I testify to the Tunisians that in this glorious era, the era of democracy, as some say, the opposition is forced to wear a motorcycle helmet and body armor when doing her job in parliament,” she said.

It is noted that Musi is in conflict with the speaker of the Tunisian parliament Rashid al-Ghannushi, who leads the Islamist party “al-Nahda”. In April, he made the decision to remove the guards from Musi after several months, when the deputy was being protected from incoming threats.


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