The President of the Tunisian Republic, Kais Saied, said that financial donations provided by several countries to help Tunisia over the past decade have been
“Isn’t it time for you to know, President of the frozen Parliament, that you entered the Guinness Book of Records as the most hated person in Tunisia and the Arab world?” The Tunisian journalist Rashid al-Karai asks Ennahdha leader.
The growing popularity of the President of the Tunisian Republic, Kais Saied, who yesterday was cheered by a crowd of travelers and employees during his
“Ennahdha bears a large part of the responsibility for the escalation of the political crisis in Tunisia,” the islamist party’s vice-president finally admits.
A security force source told The Arab Post that the suspect had received specific training on Mount Mghila. According to initial information, the suspect was in permanent contact with jihadists in Syria and had not been identified by the police until yesterday.
After the threats to Italy of sending migrants waves by sea, the terrorist attacks, and the bloodshed, today Rachid Ghannouchi gives us another episode of this tragicomic series aired in the international press.
Short of other valid arguments, Rachid Ghannouchi, president of the Tunisian Islamist party, Ennahdha, and head of Parliament whose activities have been suspended by the
Former Board of Truth and Dignity (IVD) member Ibtihel Abdellatif has made heavy accusations against former IVD chairman Sihem Ben Sedrine, regarding her involvement in corruption cases within the Forum and his connection with the Islamist party Ennahdha.
The governing body of the Institute appreciated the position of the President of the Republic, Kais Saied, confirming that 460 of the 150,000 entrepreneurs are prosecuted for suspected corruption and embezzlement based on the report released by the National Commission of Inquiry into Bribery and Corruption