For more than 16 hours, Tunisian parliamentarians stood in the face of Parliament Speaker Rashid Ghannouchi, leader of the Brotherhood’s Renaissance Movement, accusing him of “employment for Turkey and Qatar” and causing the Tunisians to split. He entered the country to interfere in Libyas affairs in favor of the Al-Wefaq government headed by Fayez al-Sarraj, backed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip. Erdogan.
The plenary session considered two controversial points: the list of the opposition Free Constitutional Party, led by Abeer Musa, which calls for Ghannouchi to be held accountable and withdrawn from his confidence as Speaker of Parliament, and for a deep discussion on parliamentary diplomacy in relation to the situation in Libya, in light of accusations that the Speaker of Parliament aligned with A Libyan party (the saddle) at the expense of the other
Despite the condemnations and protests that fell in the face of the movement, headed by Ghannouchi, he continued to support Al-Sarraj, as he congratulated him last May, on what he described as victory after the Libyan National Army made a tactical withdrawal from the Al-Watiyah base.
Ghannouchi faces a major attack by the Tunisian people after a secret visit he made to Turkey and held a closed meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which turned the table in the face of the Brotherhood Renaissance movement, after being accused of supporting the Turkish plan in Libya.
Accusations of employment to Turkey
A state of tension prevailed in Parliament since the beginning of the session, due to the insistence of a number of deputies that the session be devoted to the discussion of parliamentary diplomacy, or what is known as “accountability of Ghannouchi.”
The session witnessed a delay between the deputies, after starting to discuss Ghannouchi’s interference in the country’s foreign policy, as a number of deputies began exchanging accusations, and a number of council members left their seats, in an attempt to calm the atmosphere and resume the session naturally.
During her intervention in the accountability session, MP Abeer Moussa accused Ghannouchi of “lying” to members regarding his contact with Libyan parties.
She also accused him of belonging to the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood, stressing that he does not honor the parliament of Tunisia, which established its independence, the late President Habib Bourguiba.
Abeer Moussa added: “Your leaders are brothers and classified as a terrorist worldwide.”
“How did she (Ghannouchi) enter Tunisia and not appear in court despite the rulings against you?” She asked.
Moussa revealed Ghannouchi’s relations with figures accused of terrorism, such as Youssef Al-Qaradawi and a number of the organization’s figures who believe in violence in their literature, similar to the Libyan terrorist Abdel Hakim Belhadj.
It pledged that its party would continue to struggle to topple Rashid Rashid Ghannouchi, who was in talks with Turkey and terrorist organizations in Libya against the Tunisian national security interest.
In the same context, she called on all Tunisian civil forces to unite in one idea against the Muslim Brotherhood’s tide and the strategies of the Ennahda movement, talking about the stages of the Brotherhood’s failure to run the state, noting that their rule led to the spread of terrorism and assassinations.
For his part, Al-Munji Rahwi, the Tunisian parliamentarian, said that Ghannouchi supports one of the parties in Libya, within the framework of a brotherhood plan led by Erdogan and supported by Qatar financially so that the Brotherhood will win in Libya, led by the Al-Wefaq government, and with the support of terrorist militias.
The deputy added during an accountability session: “Tunisia cannot tolerate it in the midst of this conflict … the presence of Ghannouchi at the head of Parliament is a threat to Tunisian national security, given his network of suspicious relations with terrorist organizations in the region.”
As for the Tunisian Member of Parliament, Hatem Al-Manisi, he confirmed that Ghannouchi’s call to Fayez Sarraj was aimed at pushing Tunisia into the axes policy in Libya.
He said: “Ghannouchi’s visit to Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara is a blatant challenge to the Tunisian presidency and their powers have been seized.”
He stressed that the removal of Rashid Ghannouchi from the presidency of the Tunisian parliament has become an urgent and uncompromising demand.
Regulation of rejecting foreign interference
The political parties and bodies in Tunisia stressed the need for the country to distance itself from the policy of the axes and the line-up in the Libyan conflict, and at yesterday’s session, members of Parliament presented a regulation related to the rejection of external interference in Libya and against the formation of a logistical base inside Tunisia; To facilitate the implementation of this intervention.
But after many hours of intense debate, the House of Representatives was unable to collect more than 109 votes; To pass this list, the vote settled at 96 approved votes and 68 opposition representatives, in addition to 7 members who abstained.
The head of the National Reform Bloc in the Tunisian parliament, Hassouna Nassifi, announced today, Thursday, that they will “put forward a new regulation on the crucifixion of parliament that rejects foreign interference in the Libyan file.”
Al-Nasifi said in statements to the Tunisian “Shams FM” that this list will be an initiative to reject foreign interference in friendly and brotherly countries, as he put it.
He added that the two blocs “Ennahda Movement and the Dignity Coalition legitimize what Turkey does whatever the ways and methods, even if the intervention is military and armed,” adding that the two blocs support Turkey to interfere in Libya and eliminate it, he said.
And blame the speaker of parliament not to apologize, pointing out that Ghannouchi see what he did is normal.
He affirmed that “what happened to him, Rashid Ghannouchi, has never occurred in parliamentary diplomacy, and it exceeded his powers.”
Al-Nasifi stated that some deputies voted against the Free Constitutional List to reject foreign interference in Libya only because it was provided by Abeer Moussa.
He pointed out that if the list was passed it would have been issued in the name of the council and not in the name of Abeer Musa or the free constitutional, but rather would express the council’s position formally by rejecting foreign intervention in Libya.
He stressed that “the knot of those who came to the list does not mean it, because the most important result and the announcement of the official position of Parliament to reject foreign interference in Libya.”