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Entertainment Tunisia: The BBC reveals recordings of the last phone calls from Ben Ali

02:45  15 january  2022
02:45  15 january  2022 Source:   rfi.fr

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Les enregistrements diffusés par le BBC montrent l'effondrement de l'autorité du dirigeant tunisien après 23 ans de dictature. © Fethi Belaid AFP / Archivos The recordings broadcast by the BBC show the collapse of the authority of the Tunisian leader after 23 years of dictatorship.

On January 14, the day of commemoration of the Tunisian Revolution of 2011, the BBC broadcast sound extracts from secret telephone recordings passed by former President Zine Al-Abidine Ben Ali during the last 48 hours of his reign And while he was leaving Tunisia. These last moments show the collapse of his authority after 23 years of dictatorship.

The BBC asserts that voices are authentic even if the people concerned deny it. The thumb ups of Ben Ali , died in 2013 in Saudi Arabia, were destined for his Minister of Defense, to his leader of the army and two personal friends. These recordings confirm what is already known about the role played by the army so that it leaves power and that it does not come back.

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The first of these threads, spent in the evening of January 13, is given to a loved one, the businessman Tarak Ben Ammar. The latter the praise covers about his speech of the day: "You were wonderful, it was the Ben Ali that we were waiting," says Tarak Ben Ammar.

of the plane that leads him with his family in Jeddah. Ben Ali calls Ridha Grira, his defense minister who informs him: Mohamed Ghannouchi has been appointed acting president. Ben Ali makes him repeat. Then, he replies: "How! But I come back in a few hours. "

He calls his friend, Kamal Eltaief and asks him, "Do you advise me to come back? " He will have to repeat his question four times before his interlocutor confides to him, "Things are not good.

As for Rachid Ammar, Chief of Staff of the Armies, he pretended not to recognize his voice: "I am the president," Ben Ali insists. About his eventual return, the soldier means: "When we see that it is possible to come back we inform you, Mr. Chairman," says the head of the army.

The next morning, his defense minister is more direct. "If you come back, I can not guarantee your safety".

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