In the video.. The army prevents the “Brotherhood” Ghannouchi from entering the parliament headquarters

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Tunisia rises up against the Muslim Brotherhood

The Tunisian army prevented the Speaker of the “Brotherhood” House of Representatives, Rashid Ghannouchi, and a number of deputies, from entering the parliament building, in the early hours of Monday morning, after President Qais Saeed’s decision to freeze the work of the House of Representatives.

According to a video clip circulating on social media, the deputies, who are banned from entering parliament, and Ghannouchi, argued with a force of the army at the entrance to the parliament’s headquarters.

The deputies tried to persuade the force to make way; But the response came to them sternly that “the instructions that the House of Representatives is closed.”

Ghannouchi, the speaker of the suspended parliament, had considered Said’s decisions a “coup against the constitution”, and said that “work will continue in Tunisian institutions.”

The Ennahda movement led by Ghannouchi also quoted on its Twitter account his statements that “supporters of Ennahda and the Tunisian people will defend the revolution.”

Ghannouchi called on Tunisians to take to the streets to “restore things to normal”; As he says.

The “Tunisian Renaissance Movement” described the demonstrators who came out against it in separate places as “criminal and terrorist gangs.”

Saeed had decided to freeze all the parliament’s powers and to lift the immunity of his deputies. He also decided to dismiss the government of Hisham al-Mashishi and form a government whose president would be appointed.

During an emergency meeting of the security and military leaders on Sunday evening, Saeed said: “His decisions come in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, and their goal is to save Tunisia, and to prevent tampering with the lives and capabilities of the state.”

In the video.. the army prevents the “Brotherhood” Ghannouchi from entering the Tunisian parliament

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The Tunisian army prevented the Speaker of the “Brotherhood” House of Representatives, Rashid Ghannouchi, and a number of deputies, from entering the parliament building, in the early hours of Monday morning, after President Qais Saeed’s decision to freeze the work of the House of Representatives.

According to a video clip circulating on social media, the deputies, who are banned from entering parliament, and Ghannouchi, argued with a force of the army at the entrance to the parliament’s headquarters.

The deputies tried to persuade the force to make way; But the response came to them sternly that “the instructions that the House of Representatives is closed.”

Ghannouchi, the speaker of the suspended parliament, had considered Said’s decisions a “coup against the constitution”, and said that “work will continue in Tunisian institutions.”

The Ennahda movement led by Ghannouchi also quoted on its Twitter account his statements that “supporters of Ennahda and the Tunisian people will defend the revolution.”

Ghannouchi called on Tunisians to take to the streets to “restore things to normal”; As he says.

The “Tunisian Renaissance Movement” described the demonstrators who came out against it in separate places as “criminal and terrorist gangs.”

Saeed had decided to freeze all the parliament’s powers and to lift the immunity of his deputies. He also decided to dismiss the government of Hisham al-Mashishi and to form a government whose president would be appointed.

During an emergency meeting of the security and military leaders on Sunday evening, Saeed said: “His decisions come in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, and their goal is to save Tunisia, and to prevent tampering with the lives and capabilities of the state.”


Tunisia rises up against the Muslim Brotherhood

The Tunisian army prevented the Speaker of the “Brotherhood” House of Representatives, Rashid Ghannouchi, and a number of deputies, from entering the parliament building, in the early hours of Monday morning, after President Qais Saeed’s decision to freeze the work of the House of Representatives.

According to a video clip circulating on social media, the deputies, who are banned from entering Parliament, and Ghannouchi, argued with an army force at the entrance to the parliament’s headquarters.

The deputies tried to persuade the force to make way; But the response came to them sternly that “the instructions that the House of Representatives is closed.”

Ghannouchi, the speaker of the suspended parliament, had considered Said’s decisions a “coup against the constitution”, and said that “work will continue in Tunisian institutions.”

The Ennahda movement led by Ghannouchi also quoted on its Twitter account his statements that “supporters of Ennahda and the Tunisian people will defend the revolution.”

Ghannouchi called on Tunisians to take to the streets to “restore things to normal”; As he says.

The “Tunisian Renaissance Movement” described the demonstrators who came out against it in separate places as “criminal and terrorist gangs.”

Saeed had decided to freeze all the parliament’s powers and to lift the immunity of his deputies. He also decided to dismiss the government of Hisham al-Mashishi and to form a government whose president would be appointed.

During an emergency meeting of the security and military leaders on Sunday evening, Saeed said: “His decisions come in accordance with the provisions of the constitution, and their goal is to save Tunisia, and to prevent tampering with lives and state capabilities.”





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