Tunisian Parliament Speaker Rached Ghannouchi thought about calls to liquify parliament as “confusing and unconstitutional” and described strategies targeting the nation’s stability, focusing on screwing up state organizations and interrupting the interests of the Tunisian individuals.
Ghannouchi asserted that these plots, which are no longer hidden, converge with regional and local programs to interrupt the track of democratic shift in the nation.
The Ennahda celebration leader mentioned in an interview with Al-Jazeera: “The campaigns of incitement and the fabricated illusions about protests in Tunisia propagandised by suspicious foreign media, is an indisputable proof of the sabotage attempts targeting the Tunisian experience.”
He continued: “Regarding calls to sack the government or withdraw confidence in the parliament speaker, these issues can only be settled by referring to the constitution and the parliament’s internal code, as these kinds of decisions are determined by specific procedures and arrangements that have to be respected. Otherwise, we would drag the country into chaos.”
Ghannouchi worried that the democratic track in Tunisia is threatened which those who follow occasions and advancements, not just in Tunisia however in the area as an entire, can easily see what is being prepared to misshape and damn the Arab Spring, by supporting suspicious media and releasing incitement and demonisation projects.
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He revealed that this strong project has even caused stiring disputes and civil wars, by backing mercenaries and militias, and through offering weapons and military devices to destabilise the nations where popular transformations have actually happened, while intending to topple genuine federal governments, as is presently the case in Libya.
Ghannouchi included that the continuous attack is developed to bring back military programs and hand power over to coupists, keeping in mind that this type of endeavour has been occurring given that 2011 and has gone through various stages.
Ghannouchi talked about the advancements in Libya, specifying: “We think that the solution in Libya can only be political, as war cannot achieve stability, but it will rather deepen the rift between our Libyan brothers. The Libyan parties to the conflict are required to meet at the negotiation table and make mutual concessions in order to come up with a roadmap that would maintain unity in the country within the framework of democratic values, freedom and peaceful coexistence, away from rivalries, civil war, bloody coups and fuelling tribal conflicts.”
He concluded: “Our solid relations with our Libyan brothers do not permit us to stand aside. Rather, we must encourage them to reach a peaceful solution. Therefore, our position, which is the same as the official stance of the Tunisian state, was and still is consistent with the orientations of the international community in supporting the legitimacy that articulates the popular will in Libya. We are required in this regard to establish communication with the internationally-recognised government in Tripoli and the legitimate Tobruk Parliament. Passive neutrality on the Libyan issue is senseless; that is why we have been calling for positive neutrality by pushing the Libyan parties to reach a compromise and reach a political and peaceful solution.”