The Tunisian President calls for an investigation into a "fake letter" to his Algerian counterpart

The Tunisian President calls for an investigation into a "fake letter" to his Algerian counterpart  Tunisian President Kais Saied and his Algerian counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune  Tunisia -Tunisian President Kais Saied called for an investigation into "forgery of official documents" related to his country's national security.  During his meeting with Interior Minister Tawfiq Sharafeddine, on Tuesday evening, Saied called for an investigation into "the fraud of official documents of interest to Tunisia's national security and their dissemination on social media." He stressed, "the need to track down the perpetrators, because the capture and use of Mudallas does not fall within the framework of freedom of expression," according to a statement by the Tunisian presidency.  This came hours after social pages in Tunisia published an “alleged document” talking about a letter from President Kais Saied (in his handwriting) to his Algerian counterpart, Abdel Majid Taboun, complaining about American pressure, and directing harsh criticism of Washington and the International Monetary Fund, as he reveals “a new alliance With Moscow.  Saeed describes in the “alleged letter” the United States and the International Monetary Fund as “a gang of thieves running a bank for bandits, and a fraud fund that practices all kinds of bullying and extortion (…) to force us to accept all their conditions.”  He added, "We had very positive talks with the Russian side, after we resolved to build bridges of cooperation with Russia, but the Russian president's sudden decision to declare war on Ukraine postponed a possible meeting (with Putin) in the near term."  The pages of the opposition circulated the alleged document. And a page in support of the Dignity Coalition party wrote under the title “A very dangerous leak that exposes Kais Saied”: “A letter in his handwriting addressed to Abdel Majid Taboun shows Said’s anger at America and the International Monetary Fund (FMI) and requests the mediation of the President of Algeria to turn the compass towards Russia.”  Meanwhile, Said's supporters considered it a failed attempt by opposition political parties, such as the Ennahda movement, "to introduce strife between Tunisia and Algeria and create confusion in Tunisia's international relations."  And this is not the first time that “alleged documents” related to President Qais Saeed have been leaked. Last December, social pages circulated a “document” that they said was leaked from the archives of the Egyptian intelligence, and it talks about a “conspiracy with Egyptian planning, Emirati financing and Tunisian implementation to overthrow the democratic experiment.” In Tunisia”, in cooperation with President Said’s entourage.

The Tunisian President calls for an investigation into a "fake letter" to his Algerian counterpart

Tunisian President Kais Saied and his Algerian counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune

Tunisia -Tunisian President Kais Saied called for an investigation into "forgery of official documents" related to his country's national security.

During his meeting with Interior Minister Tawfiq Sharafeddine, on Tuesday evening, Saied called for an investigation into "the fraud of official documents of interest to Tunisia's national security and their dissemination on social media." He stressed, "the need to track down the perpetrators, because the capture and use of Mudallas does not fall within the framework of freedom of expression," according to a statement by the Tunisian presidency.

This came hours after social pages in Tunisia published an “alleged document” talking about a letter from President Kais Saied (in his handwriting) to his Algerian counterpart, Abdel Majid Taboun, complaining about American pressure, and directing harsh criticism of Washington and the International Monetary Fund, as he reveals “a new alliance With Moscow.

Saeed describes in the “alleged letter” the United States and the International Monetary Fund as “a gang of thieves running a bank for bandits, and a fraud fund that practices all kinds of bullying and extortion to force us to accept all their conditions.”

He added, "We had very positive talks with the Russian side, after we resolved to build bridges of cooperation with Russia, but the Russian president's sudden decision to declare war on Ukraine postponed a possible meeting (with Putin) in the near term."

The pages of the opposition circulated the alleged document. And a page in support of the Dignity Coalition party wrote under the title “A very dangerous leak that exposes Kais Saied”: “A letter in his handwriting addressed to Abdel Majid Taboun shows Said’s anger at America and the International Monetary Fund (FMI) and requests the mediation of the President of Algeria to turn the compass towards Russia.”

Meanwhile, Said's supporters considered it a failed attempt by opposition political parties, such as the Ennahda movement, "to introduce strife between Tunisia and Algeria and create confusion in Tunisia's international relations."

And this is not the first time that “alleged documents” related to President Qais Saeed have been leaked. Last December, social pages circulated a “document” that they said was leaked from the archives of the Egyptian intelligence, and it talks about a “conspiracy with Egyptian planning, Emirati financing and Tunisian implementation to overthrow the democratic experiment.” In Tunisia”, in cooperation with President Said’s entourage.
Previous Post Next Post