Tunisia: Mandate to bring international against former President Moncef Marzouk

Moncef Marzouki. credit: AFP

The Tunis Court of First Instance announced this Thursday, 4 November that the investigating judge in the case of the former President of the Tunisian Republic, Mohamed Monsef Marzouqi, has issued an international arrest warrant against him, the official TAP agency reports.

The President of the Republic, Kais Saied, was asked on 14 October, when he was presiding over the First Council of Ministers, to inaugurate a judicial inquiry against “those who are conspiring abroad against Tunisia”, confirming That he did not accept that Tunisia’s sovereignty should be “put on the table for foreign negotiations”.

Saeed said that “anyone who conspires against Tunisia abroad will be accused of conspiring inside and outside the security of the state”.

He also decided to take back his diplomatic passport.

Monsef Marzouqi, the head of Tunisia between 2011 and 2014, expressed a “sense of pride” on France 24 on 12 October, following the decision of the Council of the Francophony, to postpone the summit of the Francophony to the next year, while it It was scheduled for November 20 and 21, 2021 on the island of Djerba.

On 15 October, a spokesman for the Court of Appeals was reported in France to launch an investigation into the statements of the former President of the Republic of Tunisia, Moncef Marzouqi.

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