On the anniversary of Belaid’s assassination: loyalty and determination to reveal the truth

This happened during the period of the “Brotherhood” incursion, whose leader Rached Ghannouchi at the time thought that the world owed him, so that the Tunisian people would wake up to the truth of that group that had been deceived one day when many segments voted for it in the 2011 elections.

Nine years, and Chokri Belaid’s daughters are growing up and with them the confusion that Tunisian society shares with them about knowing the truth: who ordered, who planned, and who executed?

Tunisian associations, organizations and parties called for a demonstration, Sunday, the sixth of this month, which coincides with the ninth anniversary of the assassination of the Secretary-General of the “United Patriotic Democratic Party” Chokri Belaid.

In a call with Iman Qazzara, a member of the defense committee for the two martyrs, Chokri Belaid Muhammad Brahmi, she told Sky News Arabia, on Saturday evening, that the committee will announce, next week, in a press conference, many developments related to the file of political assassinations, but she had reservations. When we inquire about the merits of these developments, mention the details before the scheduled press conference in this regard.

In a statement on the occasion, the Popular Current Party considered that what Tunisia has achieved after a decade of rule by the “Brotherhood and gangs of corruption and labor” is not “a pure coincidence or the result of negligence, but rather as a result of systematic policies to liquidate the national state, exhaust its people, humiliate them and squander their capabilities to impose their reactionary project in the service of these people. their operators abroad and their agents at home.

It is noticeable that the judicial track stumbled over the past years, in revealing the truth of the assassination, due to what the defense team considered “interferences by several political parties that worked to distort the track in order to protect the perpetrators over these years and employed many parallel agencies that deepened the work to obscure the truth.”

Since the arrival of the Brotherhood’s Renaissance Movement to power after the events of 2011, Tunisia has witnessed a wave of terrorist operations and political assassinations that it had never experienced before. The two martyrs, Belaid and Brahmi, were among those whose voices rose under the dome of Parliament and in the Tunisian street in a strong campaign against the “Brotherhood” group’s incursion and their danger. On the modern civil state.

During the period that witnessed the assassinations, the “Ennahda” movement was in control of the Ministry of Justice (2013-2014) along with the Ministry of the Interior, where the Minister of Justice, Noureddine Al-Buhairi, dismissed 82 judges and empowered others loyal to the movement, measures that provoked many human rights organizations In Tunisia and abroad, Human Rights Watch described the dismissal as “unfair and arbitrary” and sets a dangerous precedent that threatens the independence of the judiciary.

In the face of the accumulation of files with the judiciary and the covering up of many of them to protect the corrupt or save some of the political forces involved in terrorism and corruption and sending young people to fight outside the country, Tunisian President Kais Saied himself took the fight to purge the judicial system, stressing on more than one occasion, that “no change can be made.” This is true in Tunisia without reforming the judicial system, which was used as an arm by political parties, led by the Ennahda movement.

President Saeed spoke frankly when he received Justice Minister Laila Jaffal, at the beginning of last November,

Regarding the transgressions of some judges, he said: “One of the judges was involved in concealing important documents related to many judicial files, including the political assassination files.

On July 29, the Tunisian security authorities placed the former judge and prosecutor affiliated with the “Ennahda” movement, Bashir Al-Akrimi, under house arrest, after he was accused of covering up terrorism-related files and disrupting 6,268 files, in addition to committing legal violations in the file of political assassinations.

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