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A television screen in Tunisia’s capital Tunis on December 13, 2021, displaying an announcement by Tunisian President Kais Saied, in which he said that the Tunisian parliament would remain suspended until elections set for December 2022, and that a referendum on constitutional reforms would be held in July of that year. Image Credit: AFP

Tunis: Tunisia will hold a referendum on constitutional reform on July 25 and new parliamentary elections on December 17, 2022, President Kais Saied said on Monday.

Changes to the constitution would follow a public online consultation starting in January, he said, adding the parliament would remain suspended until a new one was elected.