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Tunisia: Ennahdha appeals for release of Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali

AA / Tunisia / Adel Thebti

The Tunisian movement Ennahdha appealed to the Jews, the authorities to release the prime minister Hamadi Jebali, the tenants for internally responsible security.

This is the source of a public communication, Jewish, by the Ennahdha movement, and consulted by the correspondent of the Anadolu Agency.

The Tunisian Minister of the Interior had previously declared that “the office of a former Prime Minister had been confiscated in the possession of Dangerous materials”, noting that he, who was not nominated in the communication, insisted ” to accompany her. “

Jebali’s Facebook page (Prime Minister December 2011 v February 2013) stated in a statement that “the security forces are waiting for an assault rifle to be owned, owned and operated in an illegal manner.”

Commenting on these developments, Ennahdha stated: “Assuming the assassination attempt on the studio of the Prime Minister and the candidate for the 2019 presidency, Mr Hamadi Jebali, without a legal mandate and in an intimidating manner, and “the fact that security units present this activity and the invoices of all materials and equipment used are present because it was delivered to an unknown destination.”

Ennahdha a tenu the “internally responsible authorities of his (Jebali) physical integrity”, appearing in “immediate release, to terrorize political opponents and to attempt to fabricate malicious accusations against them, and to respect the law and the laws. and individual liberties. “

The Ennahdha movement communication is firmly called “the output of one of the state symbols.”

Tunisia turns into a political crisis since July 25, 2021, the date after President Saïed decided to impose measures of exclusion, noting: the dissolution of Parliament and the Superior Council of the master, the promulgation of those by decree , and the ten legislative elections anticipated on 17 December.

Some Tunisian political forces and civil society consider such measures as a “coup d’etat against the Constitution”, while others see a “correction of the course of the 2011 revolution”, which reversed the President’s regime. of the era, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.

Saïed, who will end in 2019 a presidential term of office, will declare that his measures “are inconsistent within the framework of the Constitution and have been pressed to protect the state of imminent danger.”

* Traduit de l’Arabe par Mourad Belhaj

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