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On Tunisia Blinken Calls Kais Saied But UN Refuses to Answer Press Q Under Guterres

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UN GATE, July 26 – Amid what some are calling a coup in Tunisia, Inner City Press on the morning of July 26 in writing asked UN Spokespeople Farhan Haq and Melissa Fleming (Stephane Dujarric is on a third week of vacation) the following question:

"On Tunisia, what are the comments and actions if any of SG Guterres on that Tunisia's president has sacked the PM and suspended parliament, after violent mass protests nationwide on Sunday.  Anger over the government's handling of a massive recent spike in Covid cases has added to general unrest over the nation's economic and social turmoil.  President Kais Saied, who was elected in 2019, announced he was taking over."

 But Farhan Haq refused to answer that question, as he has for days refused to answer Inner City Press' written request for if-asked information he has about new UN rapes, including a child rape in DRC. This as Antonio Guterres bans Inner City Press for the 1220th day. His UN has become a corrupt cover-up.

Later the US State Department said: "Secretary Antony J. Blinken spoke with Tunisian President Kais Saied today. The Secretary underscored the United States’ strong partnership and continued support for the Tunisian people as they face the dual challenges of an economic crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic. He encouraged President Saied to adhere to the principles of democracy and human rights that are the basis of governance in Tunisia. The Secretary urged President Saied to maintain open dialogue with all political actors and the Tunisian people, noting that the United States would continue to monitor the situation and stay engaged."

But what has the US State Department and US Mission done about Guterres' censorship? Watch this site.


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