Arrests by the Tunisian security services continued against the leaders of the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement, amid calls in the country for accountability and firmness towards the vandals. Following the arrest of Rashid Ghannouchi, the leader of the Tunisian Brotherhood, the Tunisian authorities arrested 7 Brotherhood leaders, the last of whom was Ahmed al-Mashriqi, director of the office of the head of the Ennahda movement, Rashid Ghannouchi.
The official spokesman for the National Guard, Hossam El-Din El-Gababli, said that the number of detainees in the case in which the head of the Ennahda movement, Rashid Ghannouchi, is accused, has risen to 7 after the arrest of two others.
In statements to a news website, Al-Jabali explained that Ghannouchi was arrested on charges related to the assault intended to change the state’s structure, and to force the residents to attack each other with weapons and stir up commotion, murder and plunder.
He pointed out that the search of the homes of Ghannouchi and the other detainees, as well as the central headquarters of the Ennahda movement, was carried out under legal judicial warrants, as the authorities arrested Ahmed al-Mashreqi, director of the office of the head of the Ennahda Movement, Rashid Ghannouchi, pending accusations for which the leader of the Tunisian Brotherhood was arrested, and earlier arrested forces Tunisian security Ghannouchi after raiding and searching his house, on the grounds of incitement and calling for chaos and sedition.
The Tunisian security forces also closed the headquarters of the Ennahda Brotherhood Movement after searching them, according to a decision by the Tunisian Minister of Interior, Kamal al-Faqih. Salvation Pro-Brotherhood.