On Thursday or Friday, parliamentary committees can listen to the opinions of the prime minister or representatives.
The Tunisian government took the defensive on Wednesday, June 16, and the parliamentary committee can listen to its leader Hichem Mechichi on Thursday or Friday to deal with the continuing unrest caused by suspected police violence.
A reporter from Agence France-Presse pointed out that there were clashes in the suburbs of Tunisia for the eighth consecutive night.
According to the same source, in the popular Ettadhamen district, young protesters set fire to tires and threw stones at security forces, who responded by firing several tear gas.
Prior to this, recently a young man died in suspicious circumstances after being arrested, and a video was posted showing another young man being humiliated by someone who appeared to be an undercover police officer.
Ten years after the 2011 revolution overthrew the Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali police regime, these new abuses caused an uproar in Tunisia.