Ankara drags the region to war and visit Ghannouchi “dangerous”

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Source: Dubai – Arabic.net

Tunisian Parliament Member Menji Rahwi confirmed that the visit of Parliament Speaker Rashid Ghannouchi to Ankara is a danger to Tunisias security, indicating that Turkey is dragging the region into a war and Ghannouchi was involved in this by meeting the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Al-Rahwi explained in an interview on the Panorama program that broadcasts on Al-Arabiya channel that the issue of removing Ghannouchi from the Presidency of the House of Representatives is on the table and most of the blocs support it, pointing out that Ankara is the center of the Brotherhood’s organization in the world, and that its parliamentary bloc understands Ghannouchi’s relationship with this organization.

And Ghannouchi’s visit to Turkey sparked popular and parliamentary anger, as he called for the representative of the Democratic Bloc, Mounji Rahoui, during a plenary session of the Tunisian parliament, on Wednesday evening, the need to hold Parliament Speaker Rashid Ghannouchi accounted before the Tunisian National Security Council against the background of his visit to Turkey and his meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

He also accused Ghannouchi of negligent security of Tunisians, wondering about the content of the meeting between Ghannouchi and Erdogan, saying, “Have you talked about the return of ISIS, the people you traveled to, and the Turkish weapon in Tunisia?”

Unconvincing responses

In his interview with Al-Arabiya, Munji Al-Rahwi considered that Ghannouchi’s responses were not convincing until now, saying, “We have not received answers from him that reassure public opinion.”

Al-Rahwi called for Ghannouchi to be removed from his post due to his visit to Turkey, noting that most of the blocs in Parliament support this demand, and he affirmed that his bloc would work to withdraw confidence from him.

In addition, he considered that Turkey is the central headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood, led by Erdogan, accusing Al-Nahda of being a branch of this organization and has a role in it, describing this as a threat to the country’s security.

Rahwi also accused Ghannouchi of being involved in the transportation of Tunisian youth to Syria to fight under the ISIS banner, as well as his direct political and moral responsibility over files and other issues open to the judiciary related to the secret apparatus and political assassinations and others.

And it was Rahwi addressed his words to Ghannouchi before the National Security Council The Tunisian, against the background of his visit to Turkey and his meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, saying: “You did not go to Turkey with a mandate from the President of the Republic to meet Erdogan, but as your personal capacity to deliberate on the challenges taking place in the region, similar to the ongoing war in the region.”

In turn, the head of the Free Constitutional Party bloc in Parliament, Abeer Musa, considered that it is not the speaker’s right to meet the Turkish president, given his membership in the National Security Council and his briefing on the Tunisian security and military plan.

Addressing her words to Ghannouchi, she said: “ You have no right after that to corner us, to corner the parliament, and to mobilize the people to line up axes and meet the head of a foreign country, ” criticizing the conditions of the meeting that she considered inappropriate, referring to the absence of the Tunisian flag and Erdogan’s failure to allocate a guest to a chair similar to his chair, According to local media reports.

It is noteworthy that the Tunisian parliament’s session on reviewing the medical liability bill witnessed, Wednesday, chaos, screaming and severe chaos among the deputies, due to disputes over the agenda of the session, and in protest against Ghannouchi’s visit to Turkey and his meeting with its President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.





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