The French magazine said that Tunisian President Qais Said is sticking to his powers, in the face of what Ghannouchi is doing, according to Al Arabiya.
The magazine pointed out that an attack led by a close associate of Ghannouchi on the Tunisian president reflects the intensity of the dispute between the two sides.
The French magazine report indicated that the Ennahda movement, led by Ghannouchi, played down the importance of Qais Saeed and did not expect him to win the elections.
However, Ghannouchi realized later that the presidency of the parliament is the important location to confront the new Tunisian president.
The report of the French magazine, Ghannouchi, was described as acting as a second head of state and not speaker of parliament, which prompted Qais Saeed to confirm recently that "Tunisia has one president."