Tunisian researcher: Ennahdhah's relationship with Erdogan has done a lot of harm to Tunisia

Majed al-Barhoumi, head of the Maghreb Center for Research, Studies and Documentation in Tunisia, confirmed that the relationship of the Ennahdha movement with Erdogan is a follower that greatly harms Tunisia's image, reputation, and prestige among nations.

Al-Barhoumi said during an interview with Hawar news agency ANHA that the now-defunct leader of the Ennahda Movement, Rached Ghannouchi, is today the head of the Tunisian parliament is a follower with Ankara, he has insulted the Tunisian legislative institution through his excessive in collaborating with the Ottoman Sultan in his capacity as Speaker of Parliament, and through robbery of the president’s powers in foreign policy and adapting them to what serves Turkey’s interests in all the issues that concern the region, especially the Libyan file.

"Al-Barhoumi" pointed out that Ghannouchi faces widespread criticism at home in this regard and calls for his removal, because he did not know about Tunisia that it has fallen through its history of a country, as is happening today in its relationship with Turkey and its tyrant, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who comes and insults the Tunisians in their own homes and does not officially find someone to deter him with the exception Baji-Caid-Essebsi, who told him one day in front of the public, our loyalty in Tunisia is for one banner, not two, not three, not four, in reference to the fourth slogan that Erdogan raised before the camera lenses on a visit to Tunisia.

Thanks to Ghannouchi, Tunisia has become a party to the Libyan conflict.

The head of the Maghreb Center for Research, Studies and Documentation in Tunisia stated that what annoys the Tunisians most about Ghannouchi's policies for Erdogan is what is happening in the Libyan file. Tunisian diplomacy has been known throughout its history with a set of principles developed by the founding fathers and considered it constants and which is being denied by Ghannouchi, including not interfering in The internal affairs of states and the lack of acceptance to interfere in our affairs out of respect for others and to preserve our national sovereignty and also to seek to settle disputes by peaceful means and support efforts in this framework, and most importantly not to engage in the game of axes with parties at the expense of another in any external conflict, let alone a conflict that concerns neighbors.

He continued: "Al-Barhoumi": "Unfortunately, due to Ghannouchi, Tunisia has become a party to the Libyan conflict, contributing to fueling the fire by supporting al-Sarraj, the Brotherhood's militia and the al-Qaeda organizations surrounding it, which is receiving widespread opposition in Tunisia from a people that has not known about its country before this abuse of its neighbors.

"Turkey views Tunisia as a permissible Ottoman land"

He added: "Turkey, which imposed on its followers in Tunisia the acquisition of Turkish goods in hard currency, which neither Tunisia nor its economy needs and is produced by Tunisian factories, and caused an imbalance in the trade balance with the Turks by doing it today sees Tunisia as an Ottoman land where it is permissible for people who followed and seem to pass through it. Surreptitiously into Libyan territory after a number of it was seized by the Tunisian army, and it was announced in the media, but it appears that the apparent part of the iceberg and what has been passed from the eyes of the army is much larger.

He continued, "The phone call in which Ghannouchi congratulated Fayaz al-Sarraj after Turkey's domination of al-Wattia base was highly criticized in Tunisia, and Parliament set an accountability session for Ghannouchi because of what many of his deputies considered to have entrenched Tunisia in the axes conflicts that fuel the conflicts in Libya and delay the solution in this country, and extends a helping hand to a former occupier of the region who has ambitions to revive his defunct Ottoman empires that rid our ancestors of their hard-won hegemony.



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