The assassinations of opposition politicians continues to echo the political atmosphere in the country, as Tunisia regains this atmosphere in which both lawyer Shukri Belaid and dissident Mohamed Brahmi were assassinated, against the backdrop of incitements and accusations of atonement affecting the parliamentarian and head of the Free Constitutional Party Abeer Musa.
Tunisian organizations, associations and political figures announced their rejection of these accusations that affect the beliefs of the parliamentarian, confirming their fear that these accusations would pave the way for the liquidation of the opposition MP, Ennahda Movement and the Islamist movement in general.
In this context, the National Observatory for the Defense of the Civilization of the State in Tunisia expressed its preoccupation with the wave of death threats, which he said had become alarmingly frequent in the recent period, warning of what he described as a “strong return” to the discourse of violence directed against those who contradict the opinion of some of the In their power.
In a statement, the observatory revealed its knowledge of the call that was sent to MP Abeer Musa by the National Unit for Research in Terrorist Crimes, in its communication to the security services about real threats to kill her.
The Observatory called on Tunisian Minister of the Interior Hisham El Mechishi to protect “Moussa” and every citizen who is threatened with death or intimidation, calling on the public prosecution to follow up on those who issue such threats.
The report presented by the Parliamentary Representative and the echo about it, sheds light on the file of the special regime of the Renaissance movement (the extension of the Brotherhood in Tunisia), and its thought of liquidating its opponents, as Renaissance lived, in 2019, critical moments against the background of the accusation of the defense of the assassinated opponents, Shukri Belaid and Mohamed Brahmi , For the movement to be involved in the process of killing its clients, indicating that it has information about the existence of what it called a “special regime” or “a secret regime” for Al-Nahda.
From the name of the “Special System”, the commission intended to refer to the Brotherhood’s heritage in Egypt, which reveals the Brotherhood’s involvement in launching a “secret regime” that represents the military arm on which the organization relied to liquidate its opponents.
Because of this information, Al-Nahdha entered all of 2019 in major crises, forcing it to refrain from running in the last presidential elections with a direct candidate.
Although Ennahdha managed to close its file of its own organization due to the understandings and negotiations witnessed in the Tunisian arena, according to the guesses of Tunisian politicians, some voices still condemn the closing of the file, demanding its movement, and revealing whether the Renaissance had a role in the assassination of “Belaid” and “Brahmi” or not.
The Renaissance movement faces these accusations once by ignoring it and once by denial, referring each time it talks about the file of the special order to the political dissimulation from it, which was considered by the Tunisian activist, “Qais Benihamd” by deliberately reducing Renaissance to a thorny file.
He pointed out in a statement to the “reference” that the special regime file will continue to put pressure on the Brotherhood movement and its party, even if it managed to close for years, stressing that Islamists in Tunisia represent a higher risk than any country in the region.
He warned against repeating the liquidation scenario with the opposition, Abeer Moussa, taking responsibility here for the institutions of the Tunisian state controlled by Ennahda.