Tunis — In a statement released Wednesday, on the World Day against Death Penalty, The Tunisia section of Amnesty International (AI) called on the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) to write the abolition of the death penalty into the Constitution, stating that "Every human being has the right to life and guaranteeing the "abolition of the death penalty."
Tunis Afrique Presse (Tunis)
Tunisia: Amnesty International Tunisia Calls for Enshrining Abolition of Death Penalty in Constitution10 October 2012
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