Tunisians are waiting for June 30 to see the draft constitution

Tunisians are waiting for June 30 to see the draft constitution
Tunisians are waiting for June 30 to see the draft constitution

Shaaban Bilal (Cairo)

Tunisians are waiting on June 30 to know the final version of the draft constitution, scheduled for a referendum on July 25, after President Kais Saied’s reviews, who received a copy of the draft from the National Dialogue Advisory Committee tasked with preparing it.
Political experts and analysts emphasized that President Kais Saied’s delivery of the draft constitution was a message abroad to respect the democratic path, and a message to the inside not to be alone in power, stressing that some opposition voices such as the Brotherhood “Ennahda” movement want to return Tunisians to the circle of “unclarity” that they lived in over the past 10 years.
Tunisian political analyst Nizar Al-Jledi considered that receiving the new draft constitution represents the first step in the time-ceiling set by President Kais Saied after the July 25 track, stressing that it is a sign for the outside that the president respects the democratic path, and a message to the inside that the Tunisian president does not intend to be unilateral in power. .
Al-Jalidi pointed out to Al-Ittihad that the opposition’s reactions are motivated by forces that have lost all their legitimacy and have become unemployed and want to disrupt the constitutional process without submitting proposals to support this path, explaining that some’s opposition to the steps is a refusal to enter the post-July 25 path. And return the Tunisians to the circle of clarity.
Al-Jalidi stressed that President Qais Saeed’s call for the new constitution and the referendum on next July 25, and then the parliamentary elections at the end of this year, curb the mouths that have no proposal, pointing out that the draft of the new constitution, according to the available and leaked information, supports freedoms and social, political and economic rights.
The Tunisian political analyst pointed out that this draft preserved the premise of the 1959 constitution, which was flawless except for the presidency for life, in addition to preserving public freedoms, democracy and the presidential system, in addition to economic and social rights.
Earlier, the Tunisian president issued a decree calling on voters to vote in a referendum on a new constitution on July 25, stressing that what has happened since 2014 is the dismantling of Tunisia, and that one of the most prominent features of the new constitution is unity and the achievement of democracy through a balance between powers and responding to the demands of the people.
In turn, Tunisian political analyst Munther Thabet said that handing over the draft constitution to President Kais Saied did not build on any clear position in public opinion because the articles of the new draft constitution are not yet clear, pointing to waiting until June 30 to know the final version of the constitution after the president’s reviews.
Thabet referred to Al-Ittihad, to the possibility of building on what could form the foundations of the new political system, the economic and social role of the state, and the relationship between society and religion, stressing that the Tunisian street is divided between those who support President Qais Saeed, and they consider that the “decimal of political experimentation” within the framework of the parliamentary system. It was a quick failure and the need to move towards the presidential system.
In addition, Tunisian academic professor and political analyst Fathi Al-Werfalli explained to Al-Ittihad that the current situation in Tunisia, especially the economic and social crisis, is what necessitated the change of the constitution, explaining that the goal of taking this step during this period is to get out of all the crises that Tunisia is experiencing. .

The article is in Arabic

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