Ghannouchi Asks International Brotherhood Organization to Face Tunisian President Decisions

A few hours after the announcement of Tunisian President Kais Saied Several important decisions mainly targeted the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement led by Rashid Ghannouchi, including freezing the work of Parliament for a period of 30 days, and relieving Prime Minister Hicham Al-Mashishi from his position and assuming himself the Public Prosecution, the group’s international organization decided to hold permanent meetings to discuss confronting the matter and preventing the fall of the organization’s branch in Tunisia.

According to information obtained by, Rashid Ghannouchi, head of the Brotherhood’s Ennahda Movement, made a call yesterday evening, Sunday, with Ibrahim Mounir, who is acting as the group’s guide and residing in the British capital, London, to agree on the matter. confrontation scenario And Mounir announced that he and the members and leaders of the international organization will be in a permanent session, to agree on the next steps and the proposed scenarios to prevent the fall of the organization in its last strongholds that it officially controls, which is Tunisia, which he considers a starting point and a return to the entire region again.

According to the plans agreed upon by the leaders of the organization, it was decided to assign the Iraqi Anas Al-Tikriti, founder and president of the Cordoba Foundation, and who resides in the British capital London, and is the architect of the group’s relations with Western governments, in coordination with the governments of Europe to extract condemnations against the decisions of the Tunisian president, and describe what happened from him.

By overthrowing the constitution and state institutions, and escalating the matter to the parliaments of those countries to issue official condemnation statements, as well as urging the Tunisian president to retract his decisions for fear of international sanctions, and to raise awareness of demonstrations in which members of the group participate in European countries calling on the governments of those countries to intervene and cancel the decisions of President Said.

In a related context, the leaders of the international organization, Rashid Ghannouchi, demanded the mobilization of Brotherhood members in the country in preparation for expected clashes if the Tunisian president does not retract his decisions, provided that these elements cause riots, sabotage and assassinations to confuse the security and military institutions and bring the country to a state of chaos and disrupt its institutions, in preparation for forcing the president To back off and give up or sit at the negotiating table.

According to information, the leaders of the organization agreed to entrust Brotherhood branches and associations in some Arab and European countries to pressure the governments of their countries to issue statements condemning and denouncing the decisions of the Tunisian presidency in order to avoid bloody clashes, and according to the information, the organization’s leaders asked great Brotherhood leaders such as Ahmed Jaballah in France, Muhammad al-Ibiari in America, and Mahmoud al-Ibiari in Britain, in addition to a group of Turkey in communicating with European and Western media to mobilize the media against the Tunisian president and direct public opinion that what happened in Tunisia was a coup against democracy, requiring international intervention, while urging the leaders of the Tunisian army to Non-interference and the involvement of the military in this political struggle and the president’s attempt to monopolize power, as she described it.

Yesterday, Tunisian President Kais Saied announced the freezing of parliament’s work for 30 days, and the dismissal of Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mashishi from his post.

Saied announced, after an emergency meeting he held at Carthage Palace with security officials, that he would personally assume the executive authority, “with the help of a government headed by a prime minister appointed by the President of the Republic.”

He added, “I do not want a single drop of blood to be shed. Whoever directs a weapon other than the legitimate weapon will be met with a weapon, but I do not want a single drop of blood to be shed.”

In a speech he delivered from Habib Bourguiba Street, at dawn today, the Tunisian president vowed, “Some will pay a heavy price.” He said: “Whoever stole the people’s money and is trying to escape, how can he escape… Who have the money and want to starve the people?”

He repeated, saying: “What happened was not a coup… so let them read the meaning of the coup…”.

Arab Observer

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