Former Tunisian President, Al-Marzouki: Those who lost powers are punishing their people
Former Tunisian President, Al-Munsif Al-Marzouki, urged Libyans to remain units in the face of the country’s enemies and the conspirers on the peoples and revolutions, who are trying to abolish the liberation and dignity aspirations of the Arab peoples.
In an interview on Al-Nabaa TV Monday, Al-Marzouki said that the chaos that is rocking the Arabic Spring countries is an evident punishment for the people who revolted, and this chaos aims at bringing those people back to “obeying house”, where all should obey the rules of the house owner.
“Those who lost power in Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt are trying guard to retaliate, as the situation today has become revolving around the stupid traditions of the majority and the attempts to bring us back to obedience.” He added.
He also indicated that the transitional stage is one of the toughest stages on every country and it requires lots of efforts and willingness to establish a state for the future generations.
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