World Tunisia-The Ennahda leader in hospitalized - Sources

03:18  02 august  2021
03:18  02 august  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Tunisia-Politics / Ghannouchi: Tunisia-The leader of Ennahda hospitalized - Sources

Tunis, August 2 (Reuters) - Rached Ghannouchi, "Speaker" of Parliament Tunisian and leader of the Ennahda party, was admitted to the hospital on Sunday, we learned from two of his advisers, while the country crosses a political crisis and the moderate Islamist training accused President Kaïs Saïed to have led a coup.

The Advisors of Rachet Ghannouchi, who is 80 years old, did not specify the reasons for this hospitalization, which intervenes after Ghannouchi was treated last month for a week after contracted COCI-19. He was also briefly admitted to the hospital on Saturday.

In the ranks of the Ennahda party, the national political crisis has amplified the divisions on the leadership of Rached Ghannouchi, some replacing its management against the "putsch" of Kaïs Saïed and its strategic choices from the legislative elections of 2019.

(report Tarek Amara, written by Angus McDowall; French version Jean Terzian)

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