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Ghannouchi admits his mistakes and threatens to stir up the street!

Ghannouchi admits his mistakes and threatens to stir up the street!

The leader of the “Ennahda” movement, Rashid Ghannouchi, confessed, on Thursday, to committing… Mistakes during the past years in the economic and social fieldsHe asserted that his party bears part of the responsibility.

He regretted the lack of dialogue with the President of the Republic and his aides after the recent decisions.

In addition, Ghannouchi affirmed his readiness to make any concessions if there was a return to democracy, calling for “a national dialogue in the country.”

Ghannouchi indicated that in the event that Parliament does not return and a government is agreed upon, he will call on the street to defend its democracy, stressing that “there is no legitimacy for a government that does not pass through Parliament.”

In conjunction with the Tunisian judiciary opening an investigation into the suspicion that Ennahda received funds from abroad during the 2019 election campaign, the opposition defense committee, Chokri Belaid and Mohamed Brahmi, called on Tunisian President Kais Saied to: Opening investigations against each of the secret apparatus of the Ennahda movement, which is involved in the political assassinationsAnd its head, Rashid Ghannouchi, and his suspicious money, after he became responsible for the Public Prosecution.

The authority said in a press conference on Wednesday that it supports the decisions of President Qais Saeed, and considers his presidency of the Public Prosecution a “legal decision”, and asked him to consider complaints about the secret apparatus of the Ennahda movement and the thousands of terrorism cases that are on the shelves that did not see the light, and were disabled after the movement’s control. on the elimination device.

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