HPR reiterates condemnation of U.S. Embassy relocation to Al-Quds | Tunisia News Gazette

HPR reiterates condemnation of U.S. Embassy relocation to Al-Quds

The House of People’s Representatives reiterated on Tuesday its condemnation of the relocation of the U.S. embassy to Al-Quds, describing U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision as a masquerade.

At a plenary session devoted to look at a set of draft-laws, HPR First Vice-Speaker Abdelfatteh Mourou called on MPs from across the world to launch an international movement to denounce this decision.

This movement should show that the world’s population as a whole reject the use of force to deny power and rights, Mourou pointed out.

He also underlined that the responsibility of the U.S.A. towards the history is great, calling the U.S. administration to support the international legitimacy.

Tunisia had condemned on Monday the violent repression conducted by the Israeli army against demonstrators in the Gaza strip who have been protesting against the opening of a U.S. Embassy in Al-Quds, estimating that this dangerous action will only exacerbate tension, violence and instability in the region.

A movement of support to the Palestinian cause will be staged on Tuesday afternoon in Tunis at the call of political parties and civil-society components.

Source: TAP News Agency

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