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The results of the referendum on the Tunisian constitution, approved by Tunisians with 94.6 percent, at this point clearly did not satisfy the partisan opposition led by the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement and some of its supporters. While mobilizing public opinion against Tunisian President Qais Sai due to his political rhetoric and positions, it still derives its existence only from external support fueled by a “superiority” complex. internal public affairs of States without regard to the prohibitions of international law and custom.
The opposition surrounding the “fraternal revival” has reached a level of skepticism, especially about the level of its commitment to the needs of morality, law and national interest, especially after some of them demanded the International Monetary Fund. Stop the loans until they regain power to rule and overthrow President Quys Said or ignore these issues altogether : “If I die of thirst, don’t go down.”
These opposition parties justify rejecting the results of the referendum by the fact that the percentage of abstentions exceeds 70 percent of those registered, which is a huge mistake because it does not take into account the percentage of abstentions from the electoral process. , which exceeded 50 percent, and these opposition parties “tried to convince their supporters in the West.” The “Democracy Party” said that all abstentions from the referendum were opposed to Guise Said’s path, and that it was “”political fraud,” declared one person familiar with the mysteries of the Tunisian political scene. The actual abstention rate was no more than 21 percent, including more than two-thirds of supporters of the Free Constitutional Party.
This anti-Brotherhood has been sheltered and sheltered at the levels of some countries, because some of these countries have been deceived and accepted the positions unanimously accepted by the Tunisian patriots as blatant interference in internal affairs, which provoked the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Summons the American Chargé d’Affairs to protest the statements of its designated envoy, in which he announced that he was carrying in his bag and for a road map imposed on Tunisia and Tunisians.
It seems that the US side and other international parties still do not understand the Egyptian lesson, which includes the epic of a people who rejected the “Brotherhood” and removed from power, despite the direct support given to them, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi during the recent Jeddah summit, “the basic condition for cooperation between states is their “Respect for sovereignty and non-interference in their internal affairs and elections,” he stressed, especially from the records of these countries, always ready to teach our countries lessons about civil, democratic and human rights, impure in these areas.
It seems that these “democracies” have not yet absorbed the profound changes that have taken place in the Arab region, which has often seen the arrival of young leaders, inspired by the values of modernity and democracy, while also absorbing the uniqueness of their civilization. , Politics and Value Communities.
The Brotherhood’s opposition believed their version of the referendum was valid in order to “gain the recognition” and support of the West, but last Saturday’s positions of the Tunisian General Workers’ Union (Labor Union), as well as the pragmatic position expressed by the head of the Free Constitution Party, Abeer Moussa, were wrong for the Brotherhood opposition and its allies. The final cut-off.
In a statement, the Tunisian General Workers’ Union reiterated its “strong condemnation of the statements of the authorities of some countries about the situation in Tunisia”, condemning the “flagrant interference” in its internal affairs and the process of pushing Tunisia into conflict. “Laws that have lost national sovereignty by rallying behind coalitions and submitting to the dictates of nations.” The same position regarding the violation of Tunisian sovereignty was expressed by other very important civil society organizations.
In the same context, Abeer Moussa expressed the possibility of rapprochement with the Tunisian president, conditional on a real break with “political Islam” groups. He rejected the Brotherhood and distanced himself from other protests “painted on the doors of embassies”. agenda by imposing conflicting legitimacy logic.
These developments make an objective coalition between the Tunisian president and the workers’ union and the independent constitution possible and in the making, if the president is aware of the precision of the platform and its requirements. “The historic opportunity to reform the situation and address its consequences should not be missed again in the persistent periods of one-sided opinion, confusion, discrimination and social injustice.” According to the Labor Union report, the process was isolated and beneficial to the detriment of the wave of foolish rejection of the amendment.
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