Rached Ghannouchi, head of the Ennahda Movement and the Speaker of Parliament in Tunisia, declared his keenness to work with both the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister, despite their differences, calling on them to dialogue and consensus.
Ghannouchi said in a speech he gave, yesterday, Saturday, on Habib Bourguiba Street in the capital, Tunis, during the march called by his party, “We wantThat the president of the republic, Qais Saeed, remain in Carthage and fulfill his role, and we also want the prime minister, Hisham al-Mishishi, to remain in the Casbah and parliament as well. “
He warned of the consequences of the fact that “Tunisia is living today on the impact of a war of words,” as he put it, referring to the serious political rivalry that has been going on for weeks between Said and Al-Mishchi in a very difficult situation internally and regionally.
Ghannouchi added, in his call for dialogue and consensus between the Presidency of the Republic and the Presidency of the Government in order to put an end to the existing political deadlock between them and facilitate the reform of the country’s affairs, that “Tunisia is inReform is needed, but what reform will be like while the presidents do not talk to each other. “
For his part, Ahmed Najib Chebbi, a member of the Presidency Council of the “Amal” party, on the same day, in an interview with “Mosaique” Tunisian Radio, warned of the danger of political tension in his country, against the background of differences within the political class, and said that this tension “has become threatening its stability and national security He held the Ennahdha movement responsible for the consequences of any slippage, accusing it of “displaying the strength of its muscles” after calling for rallies on Saturday.
Source: Radio “Mosaique” Tunisian channel