The Tunisian president said, “Political instability has nothing to do with the stability of governmental institutions,” and stressed that Tunisia has the capabilities that make it able to be a democracy away from narrow calculations.
Qais Said also stressed his keenness to build a state and a society of law, and stressed the importance of the role that Tunisian women play in various fields, as well as the important role of Tunisian civil society, considering it the real engine of political life today.
He referred to the great role of youth in the success of the course of the revolution, considering that freedom is the essential pillar that cannot be dispensed with.
He explained that combating corruption, retrieving stolen money abroad, providing vaccines against the Coronavirus, and carrying out major projects, such as the health city in Kairouan and the express train link between Bizerte and southern Tunisia, are among the issues that are no less important than the rest of the issues that the European Union countries can contribute to helping Tunisia achieves it.
Saeed reiterated the necessity of approaching a number of issues with a different approach from previous approaches that failed to reach permanent solutions such as immigration, the issue of stolen funds, and issues related to economic and financial cooperation.