Posted on: Thursday, July 29, 2021 – 12:18 PM | Last update: Thursday, July 29, 2021 – 12:22 PM
The Tunisian president made his decisions on the eve of Republic Day in Tunisia, which began with Tunisian popular celebrations and protests against the continuing deteriorating economic and health conditions, in light of a major outbreak of the new Corona virus, and the continuing political crisis between the head of state on the one hand, the prime minister and the Tunisian parliament, whose majority is controlled by the movement. Renaissance on the other hand.
The protests were followed by a large campaign of dismissals as of this writing, which included leaders in the government and the Prime Minister’s Office, numbering 23 officials. In this report, Al-Shorouk monitors a profile of the dismissed leaders.
• Hisham Al-Mashishi
The dismissed prime minister, who was supported by the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement, took over as prime minister on September 2, 2020, until he was relieved of it on July 25.
Last January, he was assigned by the President of the Republic to form a new government. The President of the President objected to the formation of the government due to corruption cases related to 4 ministers, which caused a political crisis in the country that disrupted the wheels of work in the interests and ministries of the country.
• Ibrahim El-Bertagy
He is the Minister of Defense in the government of Hicham El Mechichi, and a professor of higher education in public law at the Faculty of Legal, Political and Social Sciences of Tunis (University of Carthage) since 2006.
El-Bertajy taught in a number of law schools in France, formed for the benefit of a number of international organizations, supervised a number of collective publications, and authored a book “Public Administrative Dispute Law” in 2018.
• Abdul Razek Al Kilani
The head of the General Authority for the Martyrs and Wounded of the Revolution and Terrorist Operations, who was dismissed by President Kais Saied, a Tunisian lawyer, politician and diplomat, held the position of Dean of the National Bar of Lawyers in Tunisia.
• Hasna bin Suleiman
She is the Acting Minister of Justice, and she was also dismissed by the President of the Republic. Basically, she is a judge and advisor in the judicial and advisory departments of the Tunisian Administrative Court since 1999, specializing in administrative contract disputes, competition, public service, public works and electoral disputes.
• Brigadier General Tawfiq Al-Ayouni
He held the position of the state attorney general, director of military justice, before he was dismissed.
• Al-Mu’izz for the religion of Allah, which is presented
He is the director general of the government office that was dismissed, and the appointed director of the office held senior positions in the administration, including the chief of the staff of the Minister of Transport, the chief of the general director of the Tunis Railway Company, the chief of the staff of the Ministry of Public Service, Governance and Anti-Corruption.
• Walid Al Dahabi
He was the general secretary of the government before he was dismissed from his position, and he was a member of the fact-finding committee after the Jasmine revolution in Tunisia, and he was appointed to his position by order of the dismissed Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mashishi.
• Rashad Bin Ramadan
Head of the Cabinet of the Minister of Local Affairs and the Environment, and he came out in the recent campaign of dismissals, and he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Law and Political Science, General Law Division from the College of Law and Political Science in 1991, and a high-level certificate from the National School of Administration in 1995.
• Mufdi Al-Masdi
He is the media advisor to the Prime Minister before he was dismissed, and his name was linked to reports that confirmed that he had secretly obtained the Corona virus vaccine, at a time when the country was witnessing a slowdown in the pace of national vaccination.
• Elias Gharyani
Ex-ambassador and diplomatic advisor to the prime minister.
• Osama Alkhereiji
He is a proposed minister in the government of Hisham al-Mashishi, which President Qais Saeed objected to, and he held the agriculture portfolio in the government of Elias Fakhfakh.
• Abdul Salam Abbasi
He served as the economic advisor to the dismissed Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mashishi.
• Belhassan bin Omar
He is the advisor to the Prime Minister in charge of the relationship with the constitutional bodies, civil society and human rights, and he is a former judge.
• Salim Al-Tisawi
A member of the Prime Minister’s Office, and before that he witnessed several administrative positions in the Republic of Tunisia.
• Zakaria Belkhoja
He is the proposed Minister of Youth and Sports in the government of Hisham El Meshishi, and he obtained a degree in engineering in France in 2007. He has more than 6 years of experience in finance in Europe as well as in the Middle East and North Africa.
The dismissal campaign also included a number of personalities in the office of Prime Minister Fathi Biar, Muhammad Ali Al-Aroui, Hussam Al-Din bin Mahmoud, Basma Al-Daoudi, Ibtihal Al-Atawi, Monji Al-Khadrawi, Nabil bin Hadid, Bassam Al-Kasho.