The Head of the Human Rights Committee in the House of Representatives Tarek Radwan affirmed that Tunisian President Kais Saied has bravely sought a set of decisive historical decisions and measures, which would end the hegemony of the Muslim Brotherhood and put an end to spreading its toxins in the body of Tunisian society.
Radwan added, in statements to parliamentary editors last week, that the terrorist Brotherhood has tried to drag Tunisian society into chaos and ruin.
"The Muslim Brotherhood group only acknowledges the language of acquisition and exclusion," Radwan noted.
He manifested that the terrorist group should only be confronted by all deterrent methods, in order to preserve Arab countries and societies.
Radwan stressed that the Tunisian President is proceeding with his decisions, armed with a state of popular support, and a keen interest in respecting the constitution, the law and freedoms.
The MP expressed his strong confidence that the Tunisian national leadership will be able to move forward on a path that guarantees the interests of the Tunisians following the recent decisions.
Radwan pointed out that the Tunisian President's recent decisions will be a "thorn in the throat" of the Muslim Brotherhood, noting that the Tunisian people have the final say in ending the repeated attempts by Brotherhood organizations to control an Arab country, after previous failed attempts by that group.