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Tunisia: appeal against the elaboration of a new Constitution guaranteeing liberties and the separation of powers

AA / Alaa Hammoudi

The Tunisian party of the “Popular Current” appealed, mercifully, to the elaboration of a new Constitution which guarantees the rights and freedoms and conserves the separation of powers in the country.

That which rests on the communication of the party (nasserie / not represented by dissent parliament) and which appeals to “the elaboration of a new Constitution which guarantees the rights and freedoms, conserves separation and balance between them sweepers and approve a presidential regime assorted of all the guarantees that prevent the derivative of the sweatshirt. “

The appeal was made “to expedite the publication of the decree regulating the drafts of the legal commission, having given the crucial importation of the 25 July elections, the date of the popular referendum on the political reforms.”

And then: “Dialogue should include academics, intellectuals, media professionals, students, openers, payers and others, using the basis of popular participation for which reforms are relevant to aspirations of the Tunisian people. “

Debut me, Tunisian President Kais Saied announced his intention to formerly have a “Superior Commission whose objective is to prioritize the installation of a republican novel”, in addition to another Charged Instance to conduct a dialogue that is straightforward ” open to those who are engaged continuously in the correction start until 25 July “.

Tunisia is facing a political crisis since July 25, 2021, when Saïed imposed measures of exclusion, noting: the dissolution of Parliament and the Council above the master, the promulgation of the people by way of decrees, and the tenure of Legislative elections anticipated on December 17, 2022.

The latter considered these measures as a “coup d’etat against the Constitution”, as well as a “correction of the course of the 2011 revolution”, which reversed the regime of the current president, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali (1987-2011).

Saïed, who will run for a presidential term of 5 years in 2019, has declared that his measures are “provisions within the framework of the Constitution to protect the state against an imminent danger.”

** Translated from Arabic by Mourad Belhaj

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