Former constitutional legislation professor Sadok Belaid says constitutional chapters may pave approach for a ‘disgraceful dictatorial regime’.
The top of Tunisia’s structure committee has condemned the proposed structure put ahead by President Kais Saied this week, the native Assabah newspaper has reported.
Sadok Belaid, a former constitutional legislation professor named by Saied to draft a “new structure for brand spanking new republic”, stated Saied’s model was harmful and didn’t resemble the primary draft proposed by the structure committee.
Belaid stated the ultimate structure revealed by the president comprises chapters that would pave the way in which for “a disgraceful dictatorial regime”.
“…it’s our responsibility to strongly and in truth announce that the structure that was formally revealed… and offered for referendum just isn’t related to the structure we ready and despatched to the president,” he stated in a letter revealed by the Assabah newspaper.
The president has not commented on the structure since he revealed the textual content on Thursday in Tunisia’s official gazette. The structure would give Saied much more powers and will likely be put to a referendum subsequent month.
On Saturday, the top of the highly effective UGTT union additionally stated the proposed structure may threaten democracy within the nation.
However the union, a serious political power with multiple million members, stated it could permit its members the liberty to vote as they select on the structure proposed by Saied.