In a desperate attempt to prove the existence of the Brotherhood, the Ennahda movement in Tunisia hastened to appoint Munther Al-Wanisi (56 years) as the interim head of the movement to run its internal affairs, to become the “14th” president in the history of the Ennahda movement, after its 81-year-old leader, Rashid Ghannouchi, was imprisoned. , on charges of conspiracy against the internal security of the state.
Regarding the implications of this appointment, Dr. Islam al-Katatni, a researcher specializing in the affairs of Islamic groups in Cairo, said that most of the leaders of the Ennahda movement – including its new acting representative, Munther Al-Wanisi – are accused of murders and involvement in terrorist operations inside and outside the country. He explained that what she did, finally, by appointing Al-Wanissi to succeed Rashid Ghannouchi, is a message to Tunisian society claiming that she is continuous, stable, present, and has leaders, even though she has lost most of her popular bases, and has completely lost her luster in the street.
Al-Katatni believes in his statements to “Okaz” that the imprisonment of Ghannouchi will hasten the end of the Tunisian Brotherhood era, which began since the 2011 revolution, by arresting more cadres of the movement in the coming weeks, adding: The Brotherhood, which is classified as terrorist, including the Ennahda movement, wants to be present in the public political scene in countries. Region.
He pointed out that the movement used to apply double standards in all its actions, describing the Ennahda movement as contradictory in all its decisions, especially since the Tunisian president is continuing to work to confront corruption and terrorism, whatever the cost. On the other hand, the movement sends a message to the West that this is against human rights, which is an indication. It is clear on the duplicity of the Brotherhood in general.
He concluded his speech by saying: “What is happening in Tunisia has a positive impact, as it is in the interest of the country aspiring for political and economic stability.” Stressing that the imprisonment of Ghannouchi constitutes a strong impetus towards the rise in the popularity of President Qais, especially after voices were raised by his opponents, with the need to get rid of the Ennahda movement and its leadership, and to hold accountable those who ruled the country during the past decade, and to accelerate the opening of judicial files and financial and administrative corruption that befell the country, during The period of the rule of the Renaissance movement.