Speaking to Tunisie Numérique, former Minister of Employment Faouzi Abderrahmane afformed the United States removed two donations from Tunisia: A donation of 1500 million Tunisian dinars: This donation was expected to assist Tunisia to cope with two problems, particularly the drought and the redevelopment of the port of Rades. The deal should have been signed in July 2021 Between 30. He added that the other donation is set at 60 million dinars intended for associations and civil society organizations working on democracy and decentralization.
These donations were withdrawn after the events of July 25 because the United States believes that Tunisia should return to constitutional legitimacy, or at least declare a plan for the state of emergency to end, the politician stated. Concerning the debate on the “legitimacy” of the Bouden government, Faouzi Abderrahmane related that foreign parties deal with all governments, regardless of whether they are legitimate or not.
The question of legitimacy only appears to determine the nature of the reports, he added, evoking that a hearing session with the participation of a certain number of civil society organizations will be organized before the United States does not announce its position in relation to what is occurring in Tunisia.
According to Faouzi Abderrahmane, it suffices for the President of the Republic to declare a deadline for exceptional measures and a date for the holding of early elections for the problem to be resolved.