Ennahdha called the capture of Noureddine Bhairi a “dangerous precedent” and heralded a “tyranny”.
Ennahdha of Tunisia said that security forces detained a senior party official and condemned what it said was an illegal attempt to suppress the country’s political opposition.
In a Facebook post on Friday, the party with the most seats in the suspended Parliament in Tunisia stated that plainclothes agents took Noureddine Bhairi and his sister-in-law, Said al-Akrami, to an unknown destination.
The statement said: “The Ennahdha movement strongly condemns this dangerous precedent, which indicates that the country will enter the tunnel of tyranny and extinguish political opposition outside the legal framework.”
President Case Said dissolves Parliament Seize power In late July, his opponent launched a coup.
Since Said’s intervention, several senior politicians and business leaders have been detained or prosecuted by law, often in corruption or defamation cases.
On December 23, the Tunisian Court Sentenced According to official media reports, the former president and Said critic Moncef Matsu Gene “violated” national security and was sentenced in absentia to four years in prison.
In a statement to Al Jazeera, Mazuki refused to admit that the ruling was illegal, saying it was “issued by an illegal president who overthrew the constitution.”
Human rights organizations have criticized some arrests and the use of military courts to try such cases.
Said denied the coup allegations, and Commit to safeguarding rights and freedoms Victory in the Tunisian revolution in 2011 brought democracy and sparked the Arab Spring uprising throughout the region.
However, the former professor of constitutional law has ignored the 2014 democratic constitution and gave himself the power to rule by decree during the transition period, during which he will propose a new constitution to the public in a referendum.
Ennahdha was banned before the revolution, but later became the most influential party and a member of successive coalition governments.
Recent support for the party Weaken Due to economic stagnation and the paralysis of the political system.