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Túnez: el estado de emergencia se prolonga hasta el 31 de diciembre

Mohamed Ennaceur, presidente interino de Túnez, ha prorrogado el estado de emergencia en el país hasta el 31 de diciembre del 2019. Según el comunicado emitido, la razón de la prolongación del estado de emergencia nacional son las elecciones anticipadas que se celebrarán el próximo 15 de septiembre, tras el fallecimiento de Mohamed Essebsi.  … Continua a leggere

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Tunisia: Bastion- women against the Muslim Brotherhood

By Souad Sbai Tension rises in Tunisia before the presidential elections, whose celebration was advanced to September 15 due to Beji Caid Essebsi’s death. The arrest of tycoon Nabil Karoui, leader of Qalb Tounes and leading the polls, seems to have definitively knocked out Prime Minister Youssef Chahed’s main rival. Chahed founded Tahya Tounes, a… Continua a leggere

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Tunisia, predicatori estremisti islamici: No alla sepoltura di Essebsi in un cimitero musulmano

Neanche con la morte Essebsi,già presidente della Tunisia, trova pace. Alla morte del presidente tunisino, militanti islamisti e i loro animatori ufficiali delle pagine Facebook hanno chiesto di non seppellire in un cimitero musulmano il defunto capo di Stato tunisino perché  Essebsi era un laico e durante il suo governo ha combattuto la legge di… Continua a leggere

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Islamic extremist preachers: No to Essebsi’s burial in a Muslim cemetery

The death of the Tunisian president Béji Caïd Essebsi on July 25th is sparking a strong discussion in the Islamic world about his legacy. In Tunisia, lay people and Islamists mourn the death of their president. But in Algeria and Turkey fatwas are launched to prohibit his burial in a Muslim cemetery. For fundamentalist Islamists,… Continua a leggere

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Ennhada’s leader will run for the parliamentary elections to advance his fundamentalist agenda

Rachid Ghannouchi, the leader of Tunisia’s moderate Islamist Ennahda party, will run for the next parliamentary elections in October to advance his fundamentalist agenda as prime minister or speaker of the Chamber of Deputies. Exiled in London for about two decades during the time of former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Ghannouchi, 78, returned… Continua a leggere

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Chaos in Tunisia / Qatar and Turkey are ready to finance a fundamentalist “regime of change”

By Souad Sbai Yesterday was a crucial day for Tunisia. Essebsi’s reformist parenthesis ends and the Muslim Brotherhood point to seize power. Thursday June 27: a crucial day for Tunisia. First terrorism: two suicide attacks took place in the capital, causing a victim among the police and several civilians injured. ISIS has not claimed responsibility… Continua a leggere

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Caos en Túnez/ Qatar y Turquía están listos para financiar un “régimen del cambio” fundamentalista

De Souad Sbai Ayer fue un día crucial para Túnez. El paréntesis reformista de Essebsi termina y los Hermanos Musulmanes pretenden hacerse con el poder. Jueves 27 de junio: un día crucial para Túnez . Primero el terrorismo: dos atentado suicida en la capital, que causaron una víctima miembro de la policía y varios civiles… Continua a leggere

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Túnez: Los Hermanos Musulmanes están listos para aprovechar la salida de escena de Essebsi

De Souad Sbai Túnez, 27 de junio: un día crucial para el futuro del país. El doble ataque terrorista y la enfermedad del presidente Essebsi podrían impulsar a nivel político el destino de Ennhada, el partido fundamentalista de los Hermanos Musulmanes. Durante los cinco años de su presidencia, Essebsi fue la principal muralla contra las… Continua a leggere

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Tunisia: The Muslim Brotherhood is ready to take advantage of Essebsi’s exit scene

By Souad Sbai Tunisia, June 27: a crucial day for the future of the country. The double terrorist attack and President Essebsi’s illness could relaunch Ennhada, the fundamentalist party of the Muslim Brotherhood, on a political level. During the five years of his presidency, Essebsi has been the main wall against the ambitions of the… Continua a leggere

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