Tunisian president accuses Ennahda party of personally threatening him

LONDON: Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi said Thursday that he was personally threatened by the Ennahda party.
Essebsi’s comment came as he presided over a National Security Council meeting at the presidential palace of Tunisia.
The president also said the whole world knows that the religiously conservative Ennahda party has a “secret apparatus” and that he had been given a volume of documents related to its operations.
The party has been accused of involvement in the assassinations of two secular opposition leaders in 2013.

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