9 November 2012

Tunisia: Judiciary Pole to Look Into Over 800 Corruption Cases

Kasbah — The Judiciary Pole will start examination of more than 800 cases of corruption and crimes perpetrated under the former regime, Chargé de Mission to the Justice Minister Jalloul Chelbi said Friday at the Prime Ministry's regular information meeting.

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