Tunis — The Liberties and Human Rights Party, which was granted authorisation on November 19, seeks to be progressive and modernist and defend the citizens' dignity and right to liberties, health and employment, founder and Secretary-General Khelil Maaoui told TAP on Thursday.
Tunis Afrique Presse (Tunis)
Tunisia: Liberties and Human Rights Party Granted Authorisation22 November 2012
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