The Prime Minister of Tunisia Habib Essid has sacked six police chief for the lapses in security in the Barda Museum.
The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attacked on the museum in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia killing at least 22 people. Most of the people killed are European tourists. He said 55 people have been arrested. He told Amanpour that they were lucky the attackers were not wearing suicide vests. He also said they are investigating the claims of ISIS that they were responsible for the attack.
According to President Beiji Caid Essebsi of Tunisia ‘there were certainly three attackers. There is one who is on the run, he won’t get far.’ Two of the attackers were killed.
The attack was the deadliest in Tunisia since the uprising in 2011. The President said a monument will be erected in memory of those killed by the terrorists.
‘It is disingenuous to accuse everyone who calls for restructuring as trying to break up the county. History tells us that that kind of cheap blackmail will not work as long as the underlying reasons for the agitations persist.’
‘The biggest challenge seems to be that we seem to be allowing moderate voices on this issue to be drowned out by the reckless utterances of a few rabble rousers on all sides who may be tools in the hands of those who do not wish this country well. These are some of the people who arrogate to themselves the toga of spokespersons of our diverse groups.’
-Ex VP Atiku Abubakar on Restructuring.
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