Tunisia: Belaid-Brahmi Defence Group Addresses Open Letter Against Ennahdha Movement and Its President

Tunis/Tunisia — The Chokri Belaid and Mohamed Brahmi Defence Group announced Wednesday that it had addressed an open letter in 4 languages to over 120 parliaments around the world and regional and international legal authorities, in which it demanded conducting an audit on Ennahdha Movement President Rached Ghannouchi's fortune.

In this letter, the defence group also called on the parliaments to no longer cooperate with Ghannouchi in his capacity as Speaker of the Tunisian House of People's Representatives.

At a press briefing held Wednesday in Tunis to commemorate the 8th anniversary of Brahmi's assassination (July 25, 2013), the defence group also affirmed having over 110 documents and pictures collected following an 8-year-long legal dispute.

The defence group further spoke of the accusations regarding Ennahdha Movement's secret apparatus which, according to it, is behind political assassinations in Tunisia.

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