Ennahda has renewed its adherence to and support for the government of Hisham El-Mechichi, which contradicts the position of the head of state, Qais Saeed, who requires her resignation, in a move that creates an additional blockage of the prospects for a political solution in Tunisia.
The official spokesperson said The Ennahda Movement Fathi Al-Ayadi told Radio “Mosaique”, today, Monday, that the initiative presented by the President of the Tunisian Parliament, Rached Ghannouchi to President Qais Saeed, “does not carry with it the abandonment of the prime minister,” stressing that “this government should not fall at this stage.”
And at the end of the past week, Ghannouchi presented an initiative to Qais Saeed inviting him to hold a meeting between the three presidencies in order to search for consensuses to end the political crisis in the country.
It is expected. That President Qais Saeed not respond to this initiative, and he is the one who wants the resignation of Hisham El Mechishi and the departure of all the government, not just the withdrawal of ministers who are surrounded by suspicions of corruption and conflicts of interest, according to what was confirmed by the Secretary General of the Tunisian General Labor Union, Noureddine Taboubi.
Taboubi explained in an interview with Tunisian Radio, today, Monday, that the real crisis is between President Qais Said and Parliament Speaker Rashid. Al-Ghannouchi is about the powers and not between Said and Al-Mashishi.
In addition to political support for Al-Mashishi, Ennahda is preparing to organize field movements, as it called on its supporters to participate extensively in the demonstration that will be organized next Saturday to support the government, parliament and protect the constitution, in a step An escalation that may move the political conflict between the opposition supporting President Qais Saeed and the political belt supporting the Walker from the institutions of government to the street.
Parliamentarian Hatim Al-Boubakri said in a statement to Al-Arabiya.net that Ennahda called on its supporters to demonstrate The street is a “heresy”, indicating that it has been known since history that the street is the property of the opposition during political crises and not for the ruling parties, pointing out that Ennahda’s resort to using street authority to display power and settle its accounts with President Qais Saeed after the blocking of the political outlets in front of it is “an order Dangerous, it may lead to chaos in the country that may lead to civil war. ”
And Al-Boubakri continued,“ The solution to the political crisis is the resignation of al-Mashishi, who has proven that he is not the man of the stage after his betrayal of President Qais Saeed and his fall into the arms of the political belt. Which is led by the Renaissance movement And his involvement in a proxy war between Said and Ghannouchi. ”
For about a month, Tunisia is going through an unprecedented political and constitutional crisis between the ruling parties, due to President Qais Saeed’s refusal to accept a number of new ministers chosen by the prime minister. Hisham Al-Mashishi in the government amendment to take the constitutional oath after gaining confidence from Parliament, due to suspicions of corruption and conflict of interests.