Tunisia’s largest political party, Ennahdha, has reiterated its call for an end to the suspension of parliament, which was ordered by President Kais Saied.
But the party also said it was ready to cooperate in order to solve the country’s problems.
Ennahdha had earlier described President Saied’s action as a “coup”.
But his decision to sweep aside the government has been widely welcomed by the public.
In a statement, Ennahdha said the party had reflected on the popular anger felt towards Tunisia’s political class in general, and said that it needed to apologise for its mistakes.
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