Tunisian Ennahda Party Caught In Corruption Net
One of Tunisia’s most influential and power political party Islamist-inspired Ennahda party has been summoned for explaining corruption charges against it. The anti-corruption judge in Tunisia recently froze the accounts of ten people including the leader of the party Rached Ghannouchi and former Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali, a Financial Analysis committee member.
The party has been known to have been involved in many assassinations and has been taking kickbacks too.
It has also been discovered that the country was losing some 3percent of its GDP in illicit financial flow. This amounts to $1.2 billion. The blame also lies on the party for indulging in graft dealings too.