The Tunisian Presidency announced today, Thursday, an official visit of President Qais Said to Cairo, starting tomorrow, Friday, until Sunday, in a move that shocked the supporters of the Brotherhood Ennahda Movement, which is locked in a confrontation with Saeed.
The opposition to Ennahda noted on its internet pages and social networking sites this first visit by Saeed to Cairo, while Ennahda supporters attacked the president and accused him of supporting Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, who overthrew the Brotherhood’s rule in Egypt.
This visit coincides with the intensification of the dispute between Saeed and the Ennahda movement, after it strongly supported him in the second round of the 2019 presidential elections.
The researcher in the Islamic movements, Munther Dhiafi, considered that the only goal of this visit was to send a message to the Ennahda movement with the effect of a final divorce with it and a break with political Islam.
Al-Dhiyafi added to “the vision” that this visit was arranged quickly and has its political symbolism and targeting the Brotherhood’s Ennahda movement.
For his part, political analyst Hassan al-Karay considered that Said’s visit to Cairo confirms the widening gap between the president and the Brotherhood, who initially supported him.
He added that this visit is the beginning of ending the Brotherhood’s role in Tunisia, and considered that the president will continue isolating the Ennahda movement internally and externally, and that his visit to Cairo is tantamount to declaring war on the Ennahda movement, which is hostile to the Egyptian regime.
This is the first visit by a Tunisian president to Egypt since the fall of the regime of the late Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in 2011.
The pages of the Ennahda movement are leading a campaign of comments against the pages of the Presidency of the Republic on the communication sites, while there was no immediate comment from the leaders of the movement.
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