The Emirati intervention in Tunisia, an investment in the tense political situation
The Tunisian Observer website said that the war of powers is escalating in Tunisia between presidents of the government and the republic. This dispute has been fueled by the counter-revolutionary forces at home and abroad, most notably the UAE, the godfather of coups in the countries of the Arab Spring.
The UAE is seeking through its pawns in the Tunisian street, most notably the Free Constitutional Party, to bring state institutions to their knees and sow discord between the political class.
Divide and Conquer is the followed policy of the UAE after the failure of its main pawn, Abeer Moussa, to thwart the democratic path in revolutionary Tunisia.
The UAE does not miss the opportunity to mobilize its arms to strike at the stability of Tunisia and thwart the first successful democratic experiment in the Arab world and repeat the bloody Egyptian scenario in Tunisia.
The head of the Democratic Bloc in Parliament, Muhammad bin Ammar, said that he has information and evidence confirming that Abeer Musa, leader of the Free Constitutional Party, received huge funds from businessmen and the UAE’s support for her outside the law.
Informed sources revealed to the Tunisian Observer website that a secret visit would be organized by Abeer Moussa, leader of the Free Constitutional Party, to the United Arab Emirates next week to meet with Emirati officials.
Reliable sources reported that Abeer Moussa will meet with Emirati intelligence officials to inform them of the Tunisian situation. And the developments of the political crises plaguing the country, such as the crisis of ministerial modification and the differences between the President of the Republic, Qais Saeed, and Prime Minister Hisham Al-Mishishi.
The sources indicated that Abeer Moussa received instructions continuously from Emirati intelligence officers. She draws updated blueprints. To lead the counter-revolution in Tunisia, which aims to end all that was produced by the Tunisian revolution, most notably democracy.
While the Secretary-General of the Tunisian General Labor Union, Noureddine Taboubi, warned of an ideological and religious conflict in Tunisia and the attempts to separate countries, powers and lobbies for Tunisia, saying that all intelligence is thriving in Tunisia.
Investing in the economic crisis
The head of the Free Constitutional Party, Abeer Moussa, who the United Arab Emirates backs, has previously invested in the recent social and economic crisis in the country, which has deepened due to the repercussions of the Corona crisis.
She exploited the dreams of unemployed youth and the tears of workers who recently lost their jobs due to the Corona crisis to call for overthrowing the government and the dissolution of Parliament.
Abeer Moussa fueled the Tunisian street and used her intelligence experience to infiltrate popular neighbourhoods and ignite youth protests against the difficult economic situation.
Investing in the political crisis
Abeer Moussa sought to exploit the crisis between the two heads of power to pave the way for the Emirati coup in Tunisia, similar to what happened in Egypt.
Only the UAE has allocated to Abeer Moussa media platforms to transmit press conferences for her party and its interventions in Parliament directly and host them daily in media programs on Emirati and Saudi channels.
All this contributed to Abeer Moussa’s exportation of the political scene in Tunisia and presenting it in the image of a strong, charismatic woman aware of the seriousness of the economic situation and who seeks solutions to find a way out of the crisis.
The UAE found what it had been looking for since the success of the revolution in Tunisia. Abeer Moussa represents the sabotage horse of the UAE in Tunisia.