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the main political formation of the Tunisian Parliament called on Tuesday Dialogue , indicating to be ready for early elections after President Kais Saied, who suspended the Assembly and limited the Prime Minister.
"We have decided to peacefully militate to fail this project (President Saied) and we call the President to return to this decision," said AFP Noureddine B''Hiri, a leader of the Islamist inspiration party Ennahdha .
For this head, "the country needs national solidarity" and not to "cause conflictual cases dividing society (...) and which isolate Tunisia at the international level".
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In a statement, Ennahdha said "ready for the holding of simultaneous anticipated legislative and presidential elections to ensure the protection of the democratic process and to prevent any delay from serving as a pretext for maintaining an autocratic regime" .
But before such elections, it would be necessary according to Mr. B''Hiri "that Parliament will resume its activities and put an end to its military control."
The ruling party also called for a national dialogue to release the country from its crises: political, social, economic and health.
In the aftermath of clashes between the presidents of the president and opponents, the formation of Islamist inspiration called for his supporters to stay at home to avoid any violence. On Sunday evening, President Saied ordered the suspension of Parliament's work for one month, limited the head of the Hichem Mechichi Government and gave the executive power. He then limited Monday two ministers, including that of the Defense.
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At the moment when the country is hit hard by an economic and social crisis accentuated by a murderous peak of the COVID epidemic, these decisions have aroused concern within the international community, particularly in Washington, Brussels and Paris.
The President of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, called Tuesday, "strict respect for the Tunisian Constitution (...) and the promotion of political dialogue".
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The European Union called for "restoration of institutional stability" in the country only to continue its democratization after the wave of uprising Arab Spring in 2011.
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"The democratic anchoring of the country, respect for the rule of law, the Constitution (...) must be preserved while attentive to the wishes and aspirations of the Tunisian people, "said Tuesday the head of the European diplomacy Josep Borrell, in a statement.
Mr. Saied 'initiatives have been approved by many Tunisians, angry with the government, particularly for its management of the COVID crisis, Tunisia with one of the highest official mortality rates in the world.
but others have shared their fears of a return to dictatorship, just over ten years after the popular uprising that led to the fall of the dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011.
"Cap D State or shrinkle ", Title Tuesday in a Francophone newspaper The Daily. "The kick given by Kais Saied in the parliamentary anthill caught disapproving a lot of people."
"Should we fear for the revolution?", Title the newspaper La Presse, evoking "the spectrum of political uncertainty and bankruptcy" in this Maghreb country in negotiations with the IMF for a fourth aid plan in ten years.
Monday, the leader of the government Demi Mechichi had been ready to give the power to the future Prime Minister appointed by President Kais Saied. But the latter has not presented any name or road map.
"President Saied will be very careful in choosing the future leader of the government because he wants a person of trust and loyal who would adopt the same policy as him," says the Politologist Slaheddine Jourchi. This future "Government of Saied" will have to improve the living conditions of Tunisians, is he considering.
Problems deeply rooted from unemployment and the degradation of public infrastructure that were at the origin of the uprising ten years ago have never been resolved.
"President Saied is in front of a great challenge: Show to Tunisians and the world that he has made the right decisions," says Jourchi.
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