Tunisian parliamentary blocs demand to withdrawal of confidence from Ghannouchi

A Tunisian parliamentary source revealed that parliamentary blocs of weight have begun preparing to initiate the procedures to withdraw confidence from the Speaker of Parliament and the leader of the Ennahda Movement in Tunisia, Rachid Ghannouchi.


The source explained to al-Arabiya Network that the Democratic Bloc comprises 40 seats, the bloc viva Tunisia, 14 seats, the National Reform Blocs 15 seats, and the National Bloc 9 seats, they agreed to collect the necessary signatures to submit a list to withdraw confidence from Parliament Speaker Rachid Ghannouchi, stressing that they They will be officially announced on Monday.

The source said that this comes "after the exhaustion of the suspicious practices and movements of Ghannouchi overflowed with the powers of the President of the Republic, and his attempt to play an external role to implement the Brotherhood's agenda at home, as well as the presence of an overlap between his party activity and his parliamentary responsibilities."

And join these blocs wishing to remove Ghannouchi from the presidency of the parliament, the bloc of the 17-seat Free Constitutional Party led by Abeer Musa, which has adhered to this demand since last January, and continues to mobilize MPs to sign it, as you see Ghannouchi remaining at the head of Parliament A threat to national security and a threat to Tunisia's interests, and opened the door for the Brotherhood's empowerment of the joints of the Tunisian state.

According to Chapter 51 of the Parliament's Internal Regulations in Tunisia, deputies may withdraw confidence from the Speaker of Parliament or one of his deputies with the consent of the absolute majority of Parliament deputies based on a reasoned written request submitted to the Parliament Office of at least a third of the members (73 signatures), and the application is presented to the session The public may vote to withdraw confidence or not, within a period not exceeding three weeks of its submission to the seizure office.

It is noteworthy that the circle of Ghannouchi’s excesses was expanding and closing in on him and threatening his political future, less than a year after his election to the leadership of the Parliament of Tunisia, a period during which he was subjected to two sessions of accountability about his external movements in the vicinity of the supportive and pro-Brotherhood states and his attempts to throw the country into the game of axes and lineups besides Turkey and Qatar, during which the political crisis deepened and the circle of partisan disputes and conflicts expanded.



Other news