Yassine Brahim criticizes "strategic coalition" between Nidaa Tounes and Ennahdha | Tunisia News Gazette

Yassine Brahim criticizes “strategic coalition” between Nidaa Tounes and Ennahdha

Afek Tounes party president Yassine Brahim criticised “the strategic coalition” between Nidaa Tounes and Ennahdha, saying “it is a great danger for the country.”

In a video posted on his page in social networks, Yassine Brahim says his party “will be in competition” with the Nidaa Tounes-Ennahdha coalition. “Afek Tounes, can be an alternative,” he said.

Yassine Brahim recalled that his party had proposed in 2016 the formation of a broad parliamentary front “to confront the Ennahdha movement after Nidaa Tounes began to show signs of weakness.”

This proposal seems to have disturbed Ennahdha which perceived it as a coalition against the coalition “.

In earlier statements, Afek Tounes president said the coalition between Nidaa Tounes and Ennahdha “has failed”.

He recalled the terrorist operations, assassinations and incidents of violence that threatened the security of Tunisians and the democratic process during the Troika period and that “those responsible have not been held accountable”.

One cannot believe that Ennahdha changed overnight into a civil party as it suggests unless she camps, at least for five years, in the opposition.

Tunisians can then ensure the sincerity of the party.

Earlier in the day, president of parliamentary bloc Afek Tounes and Tunisians expatriates, Lilia Younes Ksibi, denied her party’s intention to leave the government coalition.

In a statement to TAP, the MP stressed Afek Tounes’ commitment to remain in the government coalition and to maintain support for the government.

The parties who propagate this information actually want to exclude the party from the government, she said.

“We will be a constructive force and we will continue to support the government,” she said.

With regard to the absence of the party from the tripartite consultation meeting bringing together the parties of Ennahdha, Nidaa Tounes and the Free Patriotic Union (UPL) the previous day, Ksibi explained that this absence cannot be considered as a exclusion and that the dialogue sessions can be multi-party or bilateral.

Source: TAP News Agency

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