Tunis — The National Council of the Association of Tunisian Judges (AMT) rejected, in a motion published at the end of its meeting Saturday, "all forms of interference by the executive in the judiciary" and "all forms of political, social and media pressure exerted on the sector".
Tunis Afrique Presse (Tunis)
Tunisia: AMT Rejects Pressure Exerted On the Judiciary By the Executive25 November 2012
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