Ghannouchi contradicts Qais Saeed’s statements about the Libyan file

In a sign of the continuing dispute between them, Tunisian Parliament Speaker Rashid Ghannouchi contradicted Tunisian President Qais Saeed’s statements about the Libyan file, which he made recently during his visit to France, in which he said that the legitimacy of the authority in Tripoli is temporary and cannot continue.

In statements to Tunisian media, Ghannouchi said, “ AL-Sarraj government is the only legitimate one in Libya,” and that “there is no permanent legitimacy,” which indicates, according to politicians, the continuing dispute between the two men.

The Tunisian president had confirmed that The reconciliation government in Libya holds temporary legitimacyStressing the need for a new authority to replace it.

The Tunisian president had stated during his visit to Paris that the authority in Tripoli is based on international legitimacy, but this legitimacy is temporary and “cannot continue and must be replaced by new legitimacy,” he said.

The Justice and Construction Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, He launched a sharp attack on the Tunisian president, accusing him of ignorance of the political crisis in LibyaAnd, in response to criticisms made by Saeed, he said to the Al-Wefaq government, in which he said that its legitimacy is temporary.

Saeed said, during a joint press conference with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, last Monday from Paris, that the legitimacy of the reconciliation government does not mean that it will never continue to rule, and that a new legal authority must be produced in Libya stemming from the will of the people, stressing that Tunisia categorically rejects Any scheme threatens the security and unity of Libyan soil.

In a post published on the group’s official page on Facebook, the president of the Justice and Construction Party and the Brotherhood’s leader, Muhammad Sawan, said it was very clear that Tunisian President Qais Saeed lacked a minimum of knowledge of the political crisis in Libya and the composition of its people.

Arab Observer

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