parking still Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki Interact on the street.
Today, Sunday, the Alliance for Tunisia party considered that Marzouki’s statement from France constitutes a call for a foreign country to be hostile to Tunisia.
He also saw that these attitudes amount to a “crime of high treason.”
Withdrawal of privileges
In addition, President Kais Saied called, according to what Al-Arabiya correspondent reported, to take all necessary legal measures in order to withdraw the privileges that Marzouki enjoyed as a former president of the republic in Tunisia.
In the same context, the Popular Current party, in a statement, denounced the calls for external intervention that have followed since July 25, describing the statements of the former interim president of Tunisia as a public plea for external intervention.
In turn, the “Diplomatic Corps Syndicate” demanded that the diplomatic passport be withdrawn from Marzouki, considering his statements inciting against Tunisia.
It also accused him of trying to sabotage the 50th summit of the Francophonie, which is scheduled to be organized in the country next month.
In addition, it considered that the former president harmed the country’s interests, actions that contradict the noble diplomatic missions.
Demonstration in Tunisia in support of Kais Saied
Marzouki had described the country’s presidential system during a protest in France, according to what local media reported, as dictatorial, hinting at the need for accountability.
It is noteworthy that Saeed had announced last July 25 exceptional measures in order to reduce the political crisis that paralyzed the country for months, froze the work of Parliament, suspended the immunity of MPs, and dismissed Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mashishi and assumed executive powers, based on Article 80 of the Constitution.
And yesterday evening, Saturday, it was confirmed that there is a People working against the government and the Tunisian state, warning foreign countries against interfering in the country’s internal affairs.
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