World Bulletin / News Desk
Shaikh Rashid Al-Ghannouchi, the leader of Tunisia's Al-Nahda Party, has called on anti-coup protesters in Egypt to stand up for their rights and reject the removal of President Mohamed Morsi.
Al-Ghannouchi told Morsi's supporters to stay on the streets until their rights are returned to them.
Writing on his Facebook page, Ghannouchi said that the people should "put the train of freedom and democracy back on track.", reported Middle East Monitor.
He called for the people to stay on the streets until they return "legitimacy to President Mohamed Morsi, who was freely-elected by the Egyptian nation."