Tunisian anti-corruption commission accuses government of violating constitution

20 April
Parliament building, Tunis (photo credit: Jessica Mulley/flickr)
Parliament building, Tunis (photo credit: Jessica Mulley/flickr)
Tunisia's National Anti-corruption Commission protested against the country’s prime minister for not consulting with it before passing 12 government decrees focused on fighting the novel coronavirus. Chawki Tabib, head of the Commission, said that the move violates the constitution and is considered a setback in joint national efforts for fighting corruption.
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