The Tunisian government took the constitutional oath before the President of the Republic in the presidential palace, marking the start of work, and a confirmed sign that granting confidence to the government is no longer under the dome of the frozen parliament, since the Republic Day 2021 celebrations, which will remain an important date that Tunisians may celebrate with the collapse of the “Trojan Horse.” Which carried the remnants of expansionist hopes and dreams of the return of the Ottoman Empire, which collapsed after a year, when millions of Egyptians shook the ground under their feet.
And if the parties that thrive on the presence of the Muslim Brotherhood in power are gathering firewood under the alleged coup, which they have long tried to ignite when they fall in Egypt, then granting the palace confidence in the new government is the birth of a new constitution that undermines what the Troika wrote in 2013, even if the President of the Republic did not announce Stop working on this amalgamated constitution.
Another step that proves the feet of the new political system in Tunisia, without mentioning it in the constitution, for Kais Saied to announce that the new Tunisian constitution, like its English counterpart, is a constitution that is preserved and not written, a system that does not resemble its predecessor during the rule of the late president, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, but it bears the features of a system Leader Habib Bourguiba, even if the Assembly of the Representatives of the People is not present on the scene.
The political system in Tunisia is currently based on a government chosen by the palace, and it takes its orders from the President of the Republic, who has the right to introduce new laws without referring to the representatives of the people, and then implement those laws, which means that the wheel of reform may be at full speed without haste.
And if the attempts to move the street against the palace and its decisions may be one of the sticks in the wheel of development, Qais Saeed knows very well when to move against this movement, which democracy evangelists describe as one of the gains of the revolution.
In general, the birth of a government under the auspices of the palace in Tunisia is like the light that broke the darkness of a tunnel in which the Muslim Brotherhood was leading the country into the unknown.