The president singles out 460 executives for looting public money and urges them to pay for the development of poor regions in exchange for avoiding convictions
In Tunisia, the majority seem to agree that corruption is behind all the ills of the country. And the fence on who the culprits are has already been closed. The spotlight has been placed on the great tycoons. At least that’s what the president, Kais Saied, did five days after suspending the act.