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Tunisian president rejects dialogue with 'traitors'

September 15, 2021
Tunisia's President Kais Saied said on Tuesday he would not do deals with those he described as
Tunisia's President Kais Saied said on Tuesday he would not do deals with those he described as "traitors."

TUNIS — Tunisia's President Kais Saied said on Tuesday he would not do deals with those he described as "traitors."

"I will not deal with.. traitors and those who pay money to offend their country. No dialogue with them," he said in a video that was posted online by the presidency.

"They paid nearly 3 million dinars to foreign lobbying groups to harm their country," said Saied in the video.

Saied, in his comments on Tuesday, said: "The government is important. But what is more important is how this government will work." — Agencies


September 15, 2021
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