Tunisia: The Mechanic reflects the "attack of ministerial change" on the President of the Republic

February 15, 2021
A picture of the Bab Al Bahr Arch fountain in the middle of the Tunisian capital A picture of the Bab Al Bahr Arch fountain in the middle of the Tunisian capital Photography: Awad Salam

Tunisia, follow-up with: Awad Salam: - With the President of the Republic of Tunisia, Qais Said, adhering to not setting a session during which the new ministers of the government would take the constitutional oath, after they had obtained the confidence of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People, the Prime Minister, Hicham El Mechichi, reversed the attack, as he adhered to his desire to dismiss the ministers who They were included in the change and he transferred their ministerial duties to other ministers.

While awaiting a solution to the political dilemma in Tunisia, the Cold War is still ongoing between the Carthage Palace on the one hand and Parliament and the Presidency of the government on the other hand, while the country is experiencing a stifling economic crisis parallel to the exacerbation of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Tunisian government presidency issued a statement published on its official Facebook page, which included the transfer of ministerial portfolios that were included in the change in which the President of the Republic refused to take the constitutional oath because some of them related to issues.

The statement said that Prime Minister Hisham Mechichi, pending completion of the ministerial modification procedures, in which the new ministers gained the confidence of the Assembly of Representatives of the People on January 26, 2021, decided to exempt all of the women and Mr. Muhammad Busta, Minister of Justice, Salwa Al-Sagheer, Minister of Industry, Energy and Mines, Kamal Daqish, Minister Youth, Sports and Professional Integration, Laila Jafal, Minister of State Property and Real Estate Affairs, Aqsa Al-Bahri, Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fishing, among their duties and assigning the following two women and gentlemen, in addition to their original duties, to supervise the following ministries on behalf of:

  • Mrs. Hasna Bin Sulaiman, Ministry of Justice.
  • The Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mines, Mr. Mohamed Bou Said.
  • The Ministry of State Property and Real Estate Affairs, Mr. Ahmed Azoum.
  • The Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fishing, Mr. Muhammad Al-Fadhel Karim.
  • The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Professional Integration, Mrs. Seham Al-Ayadi.

The statement concluded by saying: The Presidency of the Government affirms that it remains open to all solutions that ensure the completion of the ministerial modification procedures so that the ministers can carry out their duties, within the framework of the constitution.

The ministerial modification, which was rejected by the President of the Republic, included a change in 11 ministerial portfolios, namely:

  • Minister of Justice: Youssef Al-Zouaghi to succeed Mohamed Busta
  • Minister of Interior: Walid Al-Dhahabi to succeed Tawfiq Sharaf al-Din
  • Minister of State Property and Real Estate Affairs: Abd al-Latif al-Misawi to succeed Leila Jafal
  • Minister of Industry and Small and Medium Enterprises: Reda bin Mesbah to succeed Salwa Al-Saghir
  • Minister of Energy and Mines: Sofiane Ben Tunis
  • Minister of Local Affairs and Environment: Shihab bin Ahmed to succeed Mustafa Al-Arawi
  • Minister of Vocational Training and Employment (Vocational Inclusion): Youssef Fneira
  • Minister of Youth and Sports: Zakaria Belkhouja to succeed Kamal Daqish
  • Minister of Agriculture, Fishing and Water Resources: Osama El-Khuraiji to succeed Aqsa Al-Bahri
  • Minister of Culture: Youssef bin Ibrahim to succeed Walid Al-Zaidi
  • Minister of Health: Al-Hadi Khairi to succeed Faouzi Mahdi
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