Several identical sources reported that Noureddine El-Beheiry, deputy head of the Tunisian Ennahda party, who is close to the movement’s leader, Rached Ghannouchi, was arrested yesterday. And this is a move that did not happen to any senior official in the party.
Lawyer Samir Dilou, the resigned deputy from the Ennahda movement, said in statements carried by Agence France-Presse yesterday: “Nour El-Din El-Beheiry and his wife were arrested by plain-clothes men in his home in Al-Manar … and taken to an unknown destination,” noting that The elements seized the phone of his wife, lawyer Saeeda Al-Akrimi, which left many ambiguities and question marks about the secret and timing of this arrest.
The Ennahda party blamed President Kais Saied for what it considered the “kidnapping” of its prominent official, El-Buhairi, in an indication of the escalation of the dispute between the two parties. “We hold the President of the Republic directly responsible for inciting Al-Buhairi more than once without mentioning his name… We also hold the Minister of Interior Tawfiq Sharaf El-Din responsible… These are real crimes that violate the rights of There is no statute of limitations, and all parties will bear their responsibility.”