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He criticized the president, and the Tunisian lawyer was detained live

He criticized the president, and the Tunisian lawyer was detained live

He may be sentenced to prison.

In Tunisia, security forces arrested a lawyer during a live television broadcast on Saturday evening, who had criticized the internal political situation in his country on a local television channel this week. Szonija Dahmani About his arrest by one of his colleagues Delilah Sadiq As reported on Facebook, adding that Al-Dahmani was taken from the Bar Association headquarters, and nothing has been known about his whereabouts since then, according to MTI.

The raid on the building and the arrest was broadcast live on French television channel France 24, which was filmed at the headquarters. The television station protested in a statement against this measure, noting that masked members of the security forces also threatened the channel's employees and ordered them to stop broadcasting, then detained the television cameraman for a short period. Hamdi Tlilit He is.

According to press reports, an investigation has begun against Al-Dahmani under Article 54 of the Criminal Code regarding spreading false news and hate speech. He could face up to five years in prison on the related charges if convicted. According to the Tunisian Journalists Association, action has already been taken against more than sixty media workers on the basis of the article.

a Kais Saied Regarding the president, Krotolis Dahmani made a sarcastic statement about Tunisia, in an interview with the “Carthage 24” channel on Tuesday, in the context of one of the president’s speeches in which Saied referred to a conspiracy in which foreign powers want to force refugees out of the country. Sub-Saharan region to stay in the country. Al-Dahmani said that life in Tunisia is not very enjoyable. After a number of viewers complained about the comment, a summons was issued for Al-Dahmani, but he did not appear, so the court decided to order his detention.

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