The observer of the Tunisian situation, from the escalation of the economic crisis and the collapse of the health system that is unable to absorb the crisis of the Corona virus, and the escalating political tension within the Tunisian Parliament, realizes that the continuity of the situation as it is means leading Tunisia to the chaotic stage that it tried to avoid with the events of the so-called Arab Spring Therefore, the atmosphere in Tunisia was in need of a political shock that would maintain the stability of the security situation and push for solutions to get out of the economic suffocation that Tunisia is experiencing.
Therefore, the decisions of Tunisian President Qais Saeed to freeze the work and the functions of Parliament, and to assume the leadership of the executive authority, came as a treatment for the political shock of the Tunisian situation, which was sliding towards political and economic chaos, and therefore Said’s decisions were an important step in the interest of securing the political situation, which was witnessing an escalating state of congestion. .
The decisions of President Kais Saied were an important step, and it is a proactive step to secure the political situation in Tunisia from slipping outside the square of stability, especially since these decisions aborted what the Tunisian Ennahda movement was working on sewn inside the parliament of the attempts of a political coup against President Kais Saied and amplifying its powers, which is What is considered a “coup” on the competencies of President Kais Saied. In the previous period, the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement mobilized its energies to work to undermine the president’s powers and overthrow him, a step that threatened Tunisian stability and created a crisis between the presidency and parliament that threatened to undermine state institutions and thus threaten civil peace in Tunisia. The constitutional measures taken by President Kais Saied were an important step to put the Tunisian state on the path of preserving its national identity away from attempts to work on its brotherhood by the Ennahda movement to abort the coup attempt, which was planned by the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement.
The measures taken by Qais Saeed revealed the extent of the decline in the popularity of the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement inside Tunisia, despite the incitement speeches used by the movement and its leader Rashid Ghannouchi, describing the measures taken by President Qais Saeed as a coup and calling on the street to demonstrate. However, these Brotherhood calls were not heeded. This confirms the existence of a popular conviction that the method of state management during the era of the Brotherhood’s Renaissance did not live up to the aspirations of the Tunisian people, and did not address their crises. On the contrary, during the years of the Renaissance, poverty and unemployment rates rose, the prices of basic foodstuffs rose, and the levels of corruption increased.