Speaking at the microphone of a radio, attorney and political activist Imed Ben Halima remarked on the discourse of the President of the Republic Kais Saied delivered on the Ministerial Council. Ben Halima recollected that Saied addressed several questions pointing out that he clarified, again, the reasons behind the measures taken against the magistrates.
Criticizing the speech of the Head of State, Ben Halima confirmed that a president should not be a man of details. Remarking on the remarks of the tenant of Carthage on the terrorism files which have not been examined for decades, Ben Halima said that other cases must be decided, including those of former state officials who escaped the country.
According to him, 17 legal cases have been lodged against them with the economic and financial pole. He, in the same vein, raised the subject of travel bans against officials indicating that all the deputies of the Echaâb Movement, considered to be the first support of Saied, are on the S17 file.