These moves took a faster turn, after Ghannouchi traveled to Turkey, and his meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which prompted MPs to confirm his accusation that he was ordering Turkey's orders.
The "Free Constitutional Party", headed by Abeer Moussy, issued a statement calling on the deputies to organize a petition to withdraw confidence from the Speaker of the People’s Assembly, Rashid Ghannouchi, and to correct what the party called "the fatal mistake made by electing Ghannouchi as Speaker of Parliament."
It seems that this movement has started to receive response from some parties, which means that if it continues to gain momentum, Tunisia will enter into a political crisis, the title of which is the overthrow of Ghannouchi.
It seems that the Islamic movement in Tunisia is facing great pressures in terms of reconciling Turkish interests in North Africa, with Ankara needing Tunisia in the grinding conflict it is waging in Libya and the eastern Mediterranean.
It seems that this necessitated a speedy visit by President Erdogan to Carthage Palace to request Tunisian facilities in the scheme of direct Turkish intervention in Libya, and between domestic domestic pressures on the basis of partisan consensus different directions, but they agreed to confront the influence of Ennahdha within the institutions of government in Tunisia.