US News Tunisia: The main party in Parliament wants anticipated elections

17:30  27 july  2021
17:30  27 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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the main political formation in the Tunisian Parliament proposed Tuesday of the anticipated elections after the coup of President Kais Saied who suspended the Assembly, while the EU was called for "restoration of institutional stability".

In less than two days, President Saied ordered the suspension of the work of Parliament for a month, limited from the head of the Hichem Mechichi Government and granted the executive power. These decisions taken at the moment when the country is hit hard by an economic and social crisis accentuated by the Pandemic of Covid have aroused concerns within the international community, particularly in Washington, Brussels and Paris.

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"The democratic anchoring of the country, respect for the rule of law, the constitution and the legislative framework must be preserved while attentive to the wishes and aspirations of the Tunisian people," said Tuesday the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, in a statement.

"We assume that the domestic differences will be settled solely within the framework of law," said the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

- anger, unemployment -

After distinguished "a coup against the revolution and the constitution", the Islamist inspiration party Ennahdha, the main training in Parliament, said Tuesday that "for the good of democratic life" It was "ready for the holding of simultaneous anticipated legislative and presidential elections, in order to ensure the protection of the democratic process and to prevent any delay from serving as a pretext for maintaining an autocratic regime".

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Monday, Mr. Saied Also Head of the Army, also limited the Minister of Defense Ibrahim and the spokesman of the Government of Hasna Ben Slimane, also Minister of the Public Service and Minister of Acting Justice.

These initiatives have been approved by many of Tunisians angry with the government, particularly for its management of the COVID crisis, Tunisia with one of the highest mortality rates in the world. But others have expressed their fears of a return to the dictatorship in the young democracy, just over ten years after the popular uprising that led to the fall of the dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011.

. Problems deeply rooted by unemployment and the degradation of public infrastructure that were at the origin of the uprising have never been resolved.

The Tunisian Parliament's Office, chaired by Rached Ghannouchi, also head of the Ennahdha movement, "unanimously affirmed his absolute rejection and his firm condemnation of what was announced by the head of state Kais Saied", in A statement published in the night from Monday to Tuesday.

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- "Spectrum of uncertainty" -

"Coup d'état or shine", Title Tuesday on his a Francophone newspaper The Daily. "The kick given by Kais Saied in the parliamentary anthill has taken out a lot of people to start by Ennahdha," he adds.

"Should we fear for the Revolution?", Title The newspaper The press in an editorial noting that "the spectrum of political uncertainty and the conjugated bankruptcy with the effects of a poorly managed sanitary crisis" in the country, "Provoked a Sunday earthquake".

Monday, Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi said he was ready to give the power to the future Prime Minister appointed by President Kais Saied.

"I will ensure the passing of power to the personality who will be appointed by the President of the Republic," he said.

Developments in Tunisia, a country often represented as the only one in the Arab Spring, resulted in multiple reactions abroad.

France has said a "return, as soon as possible, to normal functioning of institutions" and called to avoid violence while the United States, "preoccupied", called for "respect for democratic principles".

"President Saied is in front of a great challenge, to show Tunisians and the world that he had made the right decisions," says the AFP the Politologist Slaheddine Jourchi.


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