In a joint statement, 22 Tunisian associations condemned the continued “incitement of foreign countries to interfere in Tunisian affairs and the escalation of attacks on journalists.”
In their joint statement, the Tunisian associations indicated that “the undersigned Tunisian associations strongly condemn the persistence of a number of political parties and personalities, the last of which was former President Moncef Marzouki, during a demonstration in the French capital on October 9, in inciting foreign countries against Interfering in Tunisia’s affairs and violating its sovereignty, due to what it described as President Kais Saied’s “coup” against the constitution and his delinquency towards “the monopoly of power.” World public opinion, especially the Congress and the US administration, is against Tunisia.
The associations warned of the danger of this incitement, and that they consider it a disgrace on the forehead of these politicians, a number of whom participated in the government since the end of 2011, a participation that was characterized by the promotion of their partisan and personal interests, the deterioration of the political, economic and social conditions, the spread of corruption, and the unprecedented division of Tunisians. Since independence, she has been surprised by their insistence on following the example of many politicians around the world, especially in Africa and the Arab region, who in the past sought help from European and American countries to bully their opponents. Bloody conflicts and decline in all fields.