“There was nothing that was going to stand in my way.”
Tunisia published a proposed new constitution on Thursday that will be put to a referendum next month, limiting the role of parliament and giving President Kais Saied far more power. Last year, in a move his foes call a coup, Saied brushed aside the existing 2015 democratic constitution and dismissed the elected parliament to say he would rule by decree while he remakes the political system. The text of the proposed constitution published on Thursday in the official gazette said Saied would continue to rule by decree until the creation of a new parliament through an election expected in December.
It is tectonic in nature for college sports. It is a huge victory for the Big Ten, as long as you discount “tradition” which the league did years ago or cries of "hypocrisy."