Tunisia Islamist opposition leader arrives in court

The head of the Islamist Ennahda party in Tunisia, Rached Ghannouchi, has arrived in court for questioning by the counter-terrorism prosecutor.

He’s being investigated over allegations of corruption and money laundering connected to a charity that’s linked to Ennahda.

Mr Ghannouchi says the accusations against him and his party are politically motivated.

Ennahda has led opposition to President Kais Saied who has effectively introduced one-man rule, with a referendum on changing the constitution due to be held this month.

source: bbc

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