On Wednesday, Tunisian MP Seif El-Din Makhlouf raised the image of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Parliament, which angered MP Abeer Moussa and opposition to the Arab Spring revolutions.
“God have mercy on him, Mohamed Morsi, the martyr president. The blacks remain black,” read the image.
Makhlouf, the MP from the “Dignity Coalition,” uploaded a portrait of Morsi to coincide with the first anniversary of his death after one of his trial sessions in Egypt, before being presented by his colleague, MP Mohamed Al-Afas.
For its part, the image angered the president of the “Free Constitutional Party” Abeer Moussa, who considered that raising the image of “the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood,” according to her description, is unacceptable and that it is a provocation to the feelings of the audience.
Abeer Musa approaching Ahmed Musa 😂😅
– Mahmoud S. Bayoum (@BayoumMahmoud) June 17, 2020
The photo also infuriated the deputy of the “Heart of Tunisia” Amal Al-Wartani, which forced Makhlouf to leave the hall, echoing the phrase “despite your noses,” referring to Morsi’s image towards the angry deputies.
Makhlouf, Al-Afas and the rest of the deputies of the “Dignity Coalition” withdrew, in protest at the chaos created by Abeer Moussa and her colleagues in the “Free Constitutional Party” coalition.
Today’s picture is from the Tunisian parliament … the two representatives of the Freedom and Dignity Coalition bloc, Professor Saif Al-Din Makhlouf and Dr. Muhammad Al-Afas upload the image of the martyr president Mohamed Morsi on the first anniversary of his death.@SeifMakh pic.twitter.com/KeviA3E8id
– fathi chouk (@chouk_fathi) June 18, 2020
Two days ago, Al-Nahda said it had decided to prosecute Abeer Moussa, on charges of falsehood against its representatives. Moussa, during a press conference in Parliament, had accused “Renaissance officials” of visiting terrorist prisoners in prisons at night.
And MP Moussa has always announced in previous statements that she opposes the 2011 revolution that toppled the regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, and professes her continued hostility to the Renaissance movement, and Moussa has called, on previous occasions, to withdraw confidence from the Speaker of Parliament and the President of the Renaissance Movement Rashid Ghannouchi.
The brothers are not bogeyman, as Abeer Musa portrayed them as the best people
They do not steal, do not betray, do not be wronged, but rather are strengthened by their morals
They fear nothing but God, a successful society is one who accepts all classes
Union is the secret to success, take the experience from the countries that signed
Beware, Yatision: the split is the failure in everything#Mohamed Morsy
– Nadia (@ Nadiaalshakera1) June 18, 2020
On the anniversary of Morsi’s departure, former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki said that “the putschists will pay a heavy price,” stressing that “history will not forgive them for the way they dealt with the late President Mohamed Morsi.”
Marzouki added, “Whatever our political affiliations and whatever our differences with the Islamists, we will continue to consider Mohamed Morsi as a martyr of democracy, and we will continue every year to celebrate his memory, and we will remember in every memory of the brutal manner in which he was dealt with.”
What is the common denominator between the two ???
الو (@ iskrinaa6987) June 17, 2020
He criticized what he described as the “shameful stance of Western democracies,” which he said had “turned a blind eye to all violations of human rights and the democratic game.”
On June 17, 2019, former President Mohamed Morsi, the first democratically elected civilian president, died during his trial following a sudden heart attack, while the Brotherhood to which Morsi belongs, blamed the authorities for his death, and considered him a “martyr” because of what he considered “health neglect” The authorities vehemently denied it, confirming that the death was “normal.”
“Martyr of Democracy” .. These people commemorated Morsi’s death (video)
Tunisia: Ennahda decides to prosecute Abeer Musa (video)
– Khaled Salem 2 (@ qpXt6ncmOPm4cBE) June 17, 2020
Yesterday, a member of the Tunisian parliament raised the image of Dr. Morsi, may God have mercy on him …
The great sheikh Abeer Moussa, the patron of the coup attempts in Tunisia, has protested and raised her eyebrows as a way 🤨
From Abeer Musa to Ahmed Musa, my heart, do not be sad 😏
– (@misshhmmsodfa) June 18, 2020
– Bassem Mechergui (@ BassemMechergu3) June 18, 2020
– Arij 🇹🇳 🇹🇳 🇹🇳 Areej Tunis (@ArijNacim) June 17, 2020