Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
He also accused Ghannouchi of negligent Tunisian security, 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 that is in Tunisia?”
And he saw that Ghannouchi lined up behind the Turkish axis.
The central headquarters of the Brotherhood
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.
“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,” Rahwi added, addressing his words to Ghannouchi.
In turn, Abeer Moussa, head of the Free Constitutional Party in Parliament, 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 a foreign head of state. ” According to local media reports.
It is noteworthy that the Tunisian parliament session on reviewing the medical liability bill witnessed yesterday, Wednesday, chaos, screaming and sharp 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.