How were the peoples elected Tribunes able to limit the power of the Roman Senate?

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.

The tribunes had the power of veto over everyone, even another tribune. The only exception was that they could not veto a dictator.