More than 125 thousand electronic signatures collected to remove President of Republic from office (Al-Mahaba Current) | Tunisia News Gazette

More than 125 thousand electronic signatures collected to remove President of Republic from office (Al-Mahaba Current)

The Al-Mahaba Current announced on Sunday that more than 125,000 people have signed an online petition posted on the Internet by the party since August 13, 2017 to collect a million signatures in view of the removal of President Beji Caid Essebsi from his office.

The move came after the President announced on August 13 the formation of a committee to consider equality in inheritance between men and women in Tunisia.

In a statement issued at the end of the first session of its national council meeting, the party said 47,000 people voiced their opposition to Beji CaA�d Essebsi’s statements on the e-petition Internet page.

The Al-Mahaba Current launched the campaign on social networks a few hours after the end of the speech of the President of the Republic on National Women’s Day, calling on the Speaker of the House of People’s Representatives to withdraw confidence in the Head of State and remove him from office.

The petition was approved by 126 thousand Internet users who put “I like” and which the party considered as being signatures.

The national council of the Al-Mahaba Current has decided to form a legal committee to examine the possible constitutional formulas that can remove the President of the Republic from his office and called for a national rally outside the palace of Carthage on Sunday October 1, 2017, according to the same release.

Source: TAP News Agency

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