The proposals from the opposition parties rest on the premise that something extraordinary is happening in the country today. But their argument is fatally flawed because the AK Party can score more points off extraordinary circumstances than the opposition.
To be clear, Ghannouchi's identification of Ennahda as a movement of Muslim democrats represents an alternative to violent groups, including al-Qaida and DAESH, which exert considerable influence over young people.
Tunisia and Morocco have improved their standards of democracy and positively responded to the demands of their people throughout the Arab Spring.
The election results indicate that various parties will seek to push the Ennahda Movement out of the government.
Political demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt have sparked a century old discussion: Is Turkey a model for the Middle East?