Tunisia : “Ennahda” movement condemns the arrest of opponents, including Ghannouchi’s deputy and a radio director

Tunisia : “Ennahda” movement condemns the arrest of opponents, including Ghannouchi’s deputy and a radio director  Tunisia: The Tunisian “Ennahda” movement condemned, on Tuesday, the arrest of a number of dissidents in the country, considering it “kidnappings and systematic abuse by the authorities.”  This came in a statement issued by the movement following “ the arrest of Noureddine al-Buhairi (Vice President of Ennahda), Zahr al-Akrami (a political activist) and the director of Mosaique Radio (privately) Noureddine Boutar.”  The statement indicated that the movement “strongly condemns the kidnappings and systematic abuse of dissidents by the authority of (President) Qais Said,” calling for “the release of all detainees outside the framework of the law,” as it put it.  And warning against “liquidating political opponents,” the movement called for “the unity of all the living forces that have all become, without exception, within the target of targeting,” according to the statement.  Until 07:50 (GMT), there was no comment from the Tunisian authorities on the news of the arrests reported by the “Ennahda” movement.  Despite President Saied's repeated assurances of the independence of the judicial authorities, his opponents accuse him of using the judiciary to prosecute those who reject exceptional measures that began to be imposed on July 25, 2021, which led to an ongoing severe political crisis.  On Monday, political activist Jawhar bin Mubarak told Anadolu Agency that the security forces “arrested both the leader of the Ennahda Movement, Noureddine al-Buhairi, and the director of Mosaique Radio, Noureddine Boutar,” while local media confirmed the arrest of al-Akrami.  On December 31, 2021, the authorities announced that Al-Buhairi was placed under house arrest on “suspicion of terrorism,” on the background of obtaining travel documents and granting Tunisian nationality in an “illegal way,” before it was lifted on March 8, 2022, to remain under investigation. .  (Anatolia)


Tunisia: The Tunisian “Ennahda” movement condemned, on Tuesday, the arrest of a number of dissidents in the country, considering it “kidnappings and systematic abuse by the authorities.”

This came in a statement issued by the movement following “ the arrest of Noureddine al-Buhairi (Vice President of Ennahda), Zahr al-Akrami (a political activist) and the director of Mosaique Radio (privately) Noureddine Boutar.”

The statement indicated that the movement “strongly condemns the kidnappings and systematic abuse of dissidents by the authority of (President) Qais Said,” calling for “the release of all detainees outside the framework of the law,” as it put it.

And warning against “liquidating political opponents,” the movement called for “the unity of all the living forces that have all become, without exception, within the target of targeting,” according to the statement.

Until 07:50 (GMT), there was no comment from the Tunisian authorities on the news of the arrests reported by the “Ennahda” movement.

Despite President Saied's repeated assurances of the independence of the judicial authorities, his opponents accuse him of using the judiciary to prosecute those who reject exceptional measures that began to be imposed on July 25, 2021, which led to an ongoing severe political crisis.

On Monday, political activist Jawhar bin Mubarak told Anadolu Agency that the security forces “arrested both the leader of the Ennahda Movement, Noureddine al-Buhairi, and the director of Mosaique Radio, Noureddine Boutar,” while local media confirmed the arrest of al-Akrami.

On December 31, 2021, the authorities announced that Al-Buhairi was placed under house arrest on “suspicion of terrorism,” on the background of obtaining travel documents and granting Tunisian nationality in an “illegal way,” before it was lifted on March 8, 2022, to remain under investigation. .
(Anatolia)
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