Tunis: There was a jubilant exultation and an euphoric celebration on the streets of Tunisia when cheering crowds came out on the streets celebration the victory of their long standing demand of dismissal of the ruling party.
Month long protests by the Tunisian Junta bore fruits when the Tunisian President Kais Saied suspended the parliament and dismissed Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi.
People took to the streets to the protest against the ruling government marred with political crisis.
The streets of the capital state Tunis was flooded with celebratory people after the President’s announcement of the government’s dismissal, celebrating and honking car horns in scenes that recalled the 2011 revolution that brought democracy and triggered the Arab spring protests that the convulsed the Middle East.
State television flashed pictures of Saied joining the crowds in the street in central Tunis early on Monday that was celebrating his decision to oust the government.
People cheered as military vehicles surrounded the parliament building late on Sunday, according to Reuters, with witnesses reporting that parliamentary speaker Rached Ghannouchi was prevented from entering the building.