Democratic Current, Afak Tunisia, Tekettül, Cumhuriyet and Emel parties made a joint statement regarding the discussions in the country.
While emphasizing the absolute rejection of the suspension of the constitution, President Kays Said was asked to keep his promise to Tunisians and to abide by the oath he made when he took over the state that he would respect the constitution.
In the statement, which was noted as a surprise because of the continuation of the government vacuum, it was stated that “the combination of the management and the decision-making situation alone was rejected”.
In the statement listing the requests from President Said, it was emphasized that “it is imperative to appoint an effective and independent prime minister who can respond to the social and economic expectations of Tunisians and solve the public finance crisis in order to protect the country from the risk of bankruptcy.”
In the statement, it was demanded that the repetitive attacks against rights and freedoms, especially the right of expression and travel, be stopped, that civilians should not be brought before military justice, and that monotony in the media should be eliminated.
In the statement demanding an immediate cessation of unlawful behavior, it was announced that the parties will not accept any individual initiative that imposes a certain political course on the country, and that they will adhere to dialogue and participation in the public administration within the democratic framework.
In the statement, a call was made to the civil, democratic, social and political groups in the country to work together to get out of the uncertain situation.