Egypt has expressed its fears of a repetition of the scenarios of violence and terrorism that occurred in Egypt, during the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, and the departure of millions of people to remove them from power, led by Muhammad Morsi al-Ayyat.
Egypt called for avoiding escalation and violence against state institutions in Tunisia, stressing confidence in the wisdom and ability of the Tunisian presidency to overcome this crisis the country is going through.
The President of Tunisia had decided to suspend the work of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People, lift the parliamentary immunity of the deputies, bring all those related to him to trial, and dismiss the Prime Minister, Hisham Al-Mashishi, and the ministers of: Defense, Interior, and Justice.
Kais Saied also announced that he will assume the position of Chief Public Prosecutor, which means that he has transferred to the same legislative and executive powers.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry spokesman said that his country "is following with interest the developments of events in Tunisia, expressing its full solidarity with the brotherly Tunisian people and their legitimate aspirations, and trusting the wisdom and ability of the Tunisian presidency to cross the country from this crisis as soon as possible."
The spokesman stressed "the need to avoid escalation and refrain from violence against state institutions in a way that preserves the interests, security and capabilities of the brotherly Tunisian people."
He praised the role of the national institutions of the Tunisian state in maintaining the security and stability of the country, and expressed his aspiration for the Tunisian brothers to overcome all challenges and move towards building a better future.
The leader of the Islamist Ennahda party and the frozen Speaker of Parliament, Rashid Ghannouchi, had threatened the return of violence and terrorism to the street, stressing the need for dialogue and consensus in order to preserve the gains of the Tunisian revolution, noting that his followers would take to the streets to defend their "democracy." And removing the locks from the doors of Parliament by force.