Human Rights Watch on Monday (October 29th) criticised the dismissal of 75 judges by Tunisia's justice minister as unfair and arbitrary. HRW said the parliament should urgently pass a law to create an independent body to govern the discipline and dismissal of judges in an impartial and transparent manner.
Magharebia (Washington DC)
Tunisia: Human Rights Body Decries Sacking of Tunisia Judges29 October 2012
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