For some in Tunisia, the only surviving democracy of the Arab Spring, movements toward institutions led or supported by Ennahda, a moderate Islamist party, are tantamount to a coup. Others praised the sidelines of political leaders whom they saw as dysfunctional and oppressive. Civil society groups remained at the fence. President Kais Saied, meanwhile, has insisted that the measures are legal.
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