While the Islamic movement is still under the impact of shock, the deputies tried to enter the parliament headquarters, but the army prevented them, adhering to the oath they had taken to protect the security of the country, in exchange for the constitutional oath of the deputies.
The letter of Qais Saeed, which followed the decisions he took to own the executive and judicial authorities, confirmed that those decisions were well-thought-out, and that he was standing on solid ground, as he went to the center of the capital and headed to the headquarters of the Ministry of Interior, which was headed by Acting, the dismissed Prime Minister, Hisham Al-Mashishi .
The leader of the Ennahda party, Speaker of the Parliament, Rached Ghannouchi, after the army prevented him from entering the House of Representatives, held a remote meeting of the Parliament, in which he announced the rejection of all decisions taken by the President of the Republic, and accused him of overturning the constitution, and that he was wrong in interpreting the article. 80 of the constitution.
Rached Ghannouchi also called on the army and security forces and the movement's supporters among the people to align themselves with the constitution and democracy.
While the Tunisian General Labor Union has not announced its position on the decisions of Qais Saeed, analysts believe that it will not deviate from the context set by the President of the Republic, given its consistency with the popular will, and this was clear in the statement of the head of the Education Union of the Employing Organization, Saad Al-Yaqoubi, where he announced Solidarity with all the decisions made by Qais Saeed.
Hisham al-Mashishi had gone to a library in the government palace in the Kasbah, but the army prevented him from entering.
The attempts by Ennahda deputies and the Prime Minister to enter their workplaces came within the framework of their rejection of presidential decisions, especially since they have been doing this since the ministerial reshuffle that was rejected by the ruler of Carthage, and the dictates of the Constitutional Court by the Islamic movement.
President Qais Saeed had taken decisions to suspend the work of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People for 30 days, and to dismiss the Prime Minister, Hisham Al-Mashishi, provided that the President would run the country with a new prime minister chosen by him, and that he would take over the Public Prosecution, in response to a popular desire expressed by the people in demonstrations She toured a number of Tunisian cities.
According to Article 80 of the Tunisian Constitution, which Kais Saied relied on in the shocking decisions of the Muslim Brotherhood, it is only valid in the case of consulting the heads of the House of Representatives, the government and the Constitutional Court, and the latter has not yet been formed, in addition to the fact that the consultation of the executive and legislative authorities has not occurred. , Although the statement of the Presidency of the Republic confirms the completion of these consultations.
Meanwhile, opinions and speculations are still raging in the Tunisian street, among those who see that the earthquake caused by the presidential palace decisions stemmed from Egypt's support, and understandings made during Qais Saeed's visit to Cairo, and his meetings with President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, and others believe that what The situation in the country is the main driver of the popular protests on which Qais Saeed relied.
Some voices supporting the Islamic movement in Tunisia have adopted the opinions of some opponents, leaning on the “coup” base in their vision to remove the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, including Lieutenant-General Sami Anan, who published a blog in which he said that the President of Egypt, Egyptian Military Intelligence, and UAE funds are behind what took place in Tunisia.
On the other hand, the head of the Center for Islam and Democracy affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, Radwan Al-Masmoudi, had posted on his Facebook page saying, “The Egyptian planes coming to Tunisia do not carry medical aid, but rather the requirements of the coup plan,” in reference to the air bridge. Al-Masry to transfer medical aid to Tunisia, in light of the worsening pandemic of the Corona virus.
And the coming hours still carry many expectations, and this is what Qais Saeed took into account in his speech on the eve of the Republic Day, that there are new decisions that will be commensurate with the upcoming developments.